November 2020, Jeddah

Supply Chain + Logistics Forum 2018

28 - 29 November, 2018
Park Hyatt Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is one of the fastest growing markets in the region and as new economic cities are growing within the Kingdom, Saudi Arabia’s logistics sector is poised for significant expansion.

According to a recent industry report, the Saudi Arabian logistics and warehousing sector is set to witness a considerable boom, driven by the Saudi government’s push to expand the industrial sector’s contribution to the economy to 20 per cent by 2020, up from the current 10 per cent level.

With further diversification in the economy and a host of massive infrastructure projects currently including a high speed rail network and new airports under construction, coupled with a projected population growth to the tune of 31 million by 2020 presents plenty of new opportunities for the supply chain and logistics sector in the coming years in Saudi Arabia.

It is against this dynamic background that we are organising the Supply Chain and Logistics Forum in the Kingdom as a part of Materials Handling Saudi Arabia Exhibition. The two day forum which will be held on 28 – 29 November 2018 at the Park Hyatt in Jeddah will feature critical discussions and debates that will explore the future directions of the global supply chain industry, and new trends and changing dynamics of the industry in the region.

By attending the Supply Chain and Logistics Forum, you will be able to:

• Analyse the future direction of the global supply chain and logistics sector and it’s impact on the region

• Learn more on how to achieve logistics and supply chain excellence in the digital age

• Understand how customer profiling, data mapping, demand prediction and supply chain intelligence can be used to optimise planning, forecasts and performance

• Hear more about the forthcoming projects in the region

• Get the latest innovative strategies to accelerate cash flow such as next-level customer collaboration

• Mitigate the impacts of natural and man-made supply disruptions on global and regional markets