Focussing on IT and 3PL solution opportunities within the new Tri-Service Logistics System
Held in Abu Dhabi, Defence Logistics UAE brings together key decision makers and military logistics organisations to discuss strategies, programmes and requirements for future internal and humanitarian assistance operations.
With over 100 attendees from the UAE GHQ, Army, Air Force, Navy and local industry in 2012, the 2013 Defence Logistics UAE event plans to deliver even more high profiled speakers, cutting edge solution providers and innovative debate on the topic of logistics transformation. Following the extensive e-transformation programme, 2013 is all about ‘implementation’ and consolidation of secondary systems.
Now the tri-service logistics system is in place, the UAE’s Logistics Programme of work can begin!
Key Reasons to Attend
The only logistics event that provides you with the most cost-effective method of gaining direct insight into UAE requirements and building those vital personal relationships central to developing your business within the UAE:
- Discuss UAE defence strategies, requirements and capabilities with the major decision makers from the industry..
- Create a business critical dialogue with local industry for future opportunities.
- Engage in vital networking and relationship building with over 100 senior officers from across the UAE Air Force, Army and Navy.
- Compare your capabilities with regional prime contractors and find out how they could use your products and services within their current programs.
- Find out first-hand the operational feedback from international militaries that will be shaping future UAE procurement strategies.
- Get ahead of the learning curve on the upcoming Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) requirements surrounding current UAE procurements.
- Address the main expeditionary mission of the UAE Armed Forces – humanitarian assistance in the context of the future international humanitarian logistics centre.
Venue & Accommodation
Travel and accommodation is not included in the registration fee. However a number of discounted bedrooms have been reserved at the Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel. Please call the hotel directly on Tel: + 971 2 4415 900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and quote booking reference IQPC to receive your discounted rate of AED 600, subject to 10% service charge, 6% tourism fee and inclusive of buffet breakfast @ Al Bathna Restaurant. There is limited availability so we do encourage attendees to book early to avoid disappointment.
Hear from our senior speaker line-up:
- Major General Robert Ruark, Director of Logistics CCJ-4, US CENTCOM
- Major General Victor Strimbeanu, Chief of Training and Doctrine, Romanian Air Force
- Brigadier General Mark Dunn, Head of Supply Chain, DE&S UK MoD
- Brigadier General Alastair Deas, Deputy Chief of Staff, ARRC, NATO HQ
- Commodore Lars Rieks, Branch Chief Logistics Operations, Royal Danish Navy
- Commodore William Wallworth, Head of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary, Royal Navy
- Lieutenant Colonel Jesper Thygesen, Operational Plans and Policy, Danish Army
- Frans Kleyheeg, Technical Director, TNO Netherlands
- Air Commodore Victor Udoh, Director, Information and Communications Technology, Nigerian Air Force
- Rear Admiral Nils Wang, Commandant Danish Defence College, Danish Defence Forces
- Colonel Miroslaw Pelikan, Director MLCC, Czech Army
- Colonel Oliver Kempf, Head of Logistics, CCDDE, French Army
- Piotr Piotrkowski, Secretary AC135 NATO Codification, NATO Support Agency, Cooperative Logistics Programme (LZ), NATO Support Agency
COOPERATION WITH INDUSTRY AND COMMERCIAL LOGISTICS
- Major Andrew Reed, Program Coordination, HQMC/P&R, US Marine Corps
- Ahmed Salah, Regional Cargo Manager for Middle East, IATA
HUMANITARIAN AND DISASTER RELIEF MISSIONS
- Ms Naeema Eed Al Muhairi, Deputy Secretary for International Relief and Projects, Red Crescent
- José Loureiro, Chief of Logistics, EUSEC Mission to the Democratic Republic of Congo