Welcome to Defence Logistics 2014: The world’s premier international strategic logistics event

Expert speakers for 2014 include:

Angolan Armed Forces
General Geraldo Abreu Muhengo Ukwachitembo “Kamorteiro”
Deputy Chief of the General Staff for Logistics and Infrastructure
Angolan Armed Forces
US Marine Corp Logistics Command
Major General John Broadmeadow
Commanding General
US Marine Corp Logistics Command
US AFRICOM
Brigadier General James Johnson
Director for Logistics
US AFRICOM
UK MoD
Brigadier Richard Parkinson
Director Logistics (Army)
UK MoD
European Union Military Staff/Action Service
Brigadier General Dionigi Loria
Head of Logistics Directorate
European Union Military Staff/Action Service
German Federal Armed Forces
Brigadier General Michael Vetter
Commander of the Logistics Centre
German Federal Armed Forces
UK MoD
Brigadier Mark Dunn
Head of Support Chain Management
UK MoD
UK MoD
Brigadier Allan McLeod
Commandant, Defence College of Logistics, Policing and Administration
UK MoD
Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology & Logistics)
Mark Krzysko
Deputy Director, Enterprise Information
Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology & Logistics)
Belgian Navy
Captain Yves Dupont
Director of Operational Support
Belgian Navy
Royal Netherlands Army / Ministry of Defence
Colonel J.T.M. (Hans) Damen
Commander of the Army Maintenance and Logistic Command
Royal Netherlands Army / Ministry of Defence
NATO Support Agency
Steven Bernett
Director of Logistics Programmes and Operations
NATO Support Agency
Boeing Defence UK
Bob Norris
Sr. Manager Supply Chain Systems
Boeing Defence UK

Secure your place at the world’s foremost international Defence Logistics event.

Defence Logistics is back and bigger than ever before. With keynote presentations from 7 Generals from the USA, the UK, Germany, and the EU, this is the most senior event of it's kind in Europe, and features more international participation than any other military logistics event in the world! With a focus on the entire supply chain, key points of discussion include the overwhelming amount of inventory so many nations are struggling with, the challenges of the African continent and the demand for greater contractor support, and the enormous importance of multi-national supply chains in future operations.

Returning to London this February, Defence Logistics 2014 will bring together top level military officers and senior industry partners from around the world to debate the most pressing logistical challenges facing us today. Make sure you're a part of these discussions by securing your place now!

In attending Defence Logistics 2014, you will:

  • Gain military perspective on the key issues and innovations driving logistics debate, from the use of Logistics Information Systems for inventory management to the ever present need to do more with less
  • Engage directly with the senior officers facing these challenges, and put forward your suggestions and experience. Understand how they have approached the problems, how they plan to move forward, and how you can be involved
  • Have access to the most diverse military logistics community in the world – 2013’s conference was attended by senior officers and industry executives from 17 nations, firmly securing Defence Logistics’ position as the premier international strategic logistics gathering. 2014 features the most senior international panel we've ever had, and in addition to our speakers there are senior delegations coming from Brazil and Europe to learn about solutions

What’s New for 2014:

  • Detailed analysis of recent operations, examination of supply chains, and discussion of future support requirements. Hear from active military officers and find out how they're tackling the most important challenges today.

  • More active requirements. Hear from a range of nations how they are planning to utilise contractors in support of future operations, and discover how NATO is moving towards rapidly available contracts that cut down on time.

  • All new industry panel session, featuring prime logistics contractors. Submit your questions and find out their strategies for approaching large scale contracts. Put forward your concerns and benefit from the vast array of commercial experience available.

With limited space available it is essential that you register your place at Defence Logistics 2014 now! Furthermore, if you book before the 28th of October you can save £500!

2013 saw keynote speeches from:

  • Major General Ian Copeland, Director Joint Supply Chain, UK MoD

  • Rear Admiral Nils Wang, Commandant, Royal Danish Defence College

  • Air Commodore Barrie Thomson, Logistic Network Enabled Capability, UK MoD

  • Brigadier General Blaine D. Holt, J4 Director Headquarters, U.S. European Command

  • Commodore Georges Heeren, Deputy Chief of Staff Support, NATO Allied Maritime Command

Interested in contributing to Defence Logistics 2014? It may still be possible to be included on the agenda – contact the event director to find out: rory.colthurst@iqpc.co.uk or call +44 (0)20 7368 9436


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