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Supply Chain WA Conference 2006 and Exhibition
Perth, Western Australia, Australia - 16 - 18 November 2006
Conference / congress

With double-digit growth, the West Australian economy is underpinning the nation's export income. The movement of high volume exports from harsh and remote regions to the engine rooms of the world economy has created world-class supply chains. With billions of dollars in investment and income at stake the pressure to perform is both time and volume critical.

Nationally, the Logistics Association of Australia and the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport represent the bulk of professionals working in and in support of Australia's supply chains. In 2006 these peak bodies have combined to present the most prestigious industry event in the country.

The LAA and CILT have been working in unison in WA for 10 years presenting State awards, including Australia's richest Young Professional Award. The powerful national bodies are now coming to Perth to combine their most prestigious national awards at a gala dinner at Burswood Resort in Perth.

In conjunction, the LAA and CILT will also host 'Supply Chain WA 2006' a conference and exhibition to showcase the best the supply chain industry in Australia has to offer.

16 - 18 November 2006

Burswood Convention Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
For further information please contact Beth oxon on (08) 9381 2276 or

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