As supply chains re-order and trade flows evolve, with growing business in such regions as the Middle East and Southeast Asia, transport and logistics firms need to be well-informed. The Asian Logistics, Maritime and Aviation Conference (ALMAC) presents the ideal opportunity to do so.
Last year’s conference drew 91 speakers from 10 countries and regions addressing 27 sessions, as well as 57 exhibitors. The event drew 14,000 physical and online attendees from 59 countries and regions. There were 11 satellite conferences in centres ranging from Budapest to Wuhan. There were more than 200 business-matching sessions.
ALMAC brings together supply chain stakeholders in a wide range of sectors including brands, manufacturers, traders and distributors, who will exchange market intelligence and explore business opportunities.
The conference is themed The Future of the Supply Chains: Diversification, Decarbonisation, Digitalisation.
Issues receiving special attention this year include supply chain transformation and reshaping; smart supply and sustainable supply chains; e-commerce; and ESG. There will also be sessions on youth empowerment and generative AI, as well as business-matching opportunities.
The conference will feature the Air Freight Forum, Shippers’ Forum, Power Dialogue, SCM and Logistics Forum and Logtech Forum. as well as an ESG Forum.
Many thanks for enabling me the opportunity to enjoy the speeches and insights at the ALMAC-HKTDC conference. The connection between sustainability and recent developments like cyber, pollution and digitisation, was adequately covered.
Yoram Sebba, President, Israel Chamber of Shipping, speaking after the 2022 conference