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Military Logistics Kuwait Conference

23 September, 2013 - 25 September, 2013, Kuwait, Kuwait

Logistics Services: Obstacles and Solutions for Kuwait

With Kuwait’s increased drive to have a greater role in regional and international affairs both in the military and crisis assistance spheres, its military spending and defence procurement priorities have grown to match this role. Kuwait’s ambition to acquire modernised military capabilities and technology requires the development of efficient, effective and ultimately interoperable logistics systems and strategies. The development of joint logistics systems and strategies will enable both Kuwait and its allies to manage their acquisitions and ensure their effectiveness at rest and when deployed.

The success of future military and crisis operations will also be predicated on the relationship Kuwait and its allies are able to forge with the industry. Military logisticians across the world have seen tangible results in the operations arise from this relationship that have been conducted during the processes. Original Equipment Manufacturers, Third Party Logistics and On Demand Transport providers continue to strengthen commercial capabilities to increase the availability of resources and supplies while minimising sustainment costs. With a rapid expansion of infrastructure spending in the round over the next ten years, military and commercial logistics are finding ever more effective ways of working together.

Why attend Military Logistics Kuwait 2013?

  • Evaluate the current logistics market in Kuwait
  • Share innovative solutions with the Kuwait Armed Forces
  • Gain information about the latest procurements and requirements within Kuwait
  • Develop successful strategic partnerships to minimise risks, share costs and facilitate the transfer of knowledge
  • Benchmark innovative solutions and select successful strategies applicable to your current project
  • Collaborate with local partners

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Who should attend?

Industry experts representing key project stakeholders will be in attendance, including:

  • Military Logisticians
  • Procurement Directors
  • Government Authorities
  • Third Party Logistics Providers
  • Original Equipment Manufacturers in use with the Kuwait Ministry of Defence
  • Supply chain management solution providers
  • Freight forwarding company directors and business development managers
  • Logistics Consultants
  • Ports and Airport Authorities
  • International Oil Companies
  • Public Project Developers
  • Private Project Developers
  • Engineering Companies
  • Legal Advisors

Venue & Accommodation

Radisson Blu Hotel 
Al Bida Road,  Al Ta'awn Street
26199 – 13122 ,  Kuwait
Phone: +965 2567 3779
Fax: +965 2575 0155

Hotel and travel costs are not included in the registration fee. For assistance in your travel and accommodation requirements, please refer to details below:

Room Reservations
Special / corporate rate for room accommodation is available in the hotel. You may contact the hotel directly as per the details above quoting IQPC Middle East or the name of the conference.

Flight Reservations
Contact Bindu Babu at SNTTA Travel & Tours LLC Dubai.
Tel + 971 4 282 9000
Fax + 971 4 282 9988

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The conference agenda is available as PDF under downloads.


  • Brigadier General Lafi Al Aazmi, Assistant Chief of Staff for Logistics & Supply Authority, Kuwait MoD
  • Air Marshal M. L. Chanakorn Vorvarn, Director of Communications and Electronics (A6), Royal Thai Air Force
  • Major General Ourn Lorm, Deputy Chief of Staff and Chief of G1, Royal Cambodian Army
  • Brigadier General Donald Tatum, Commander of the 135th Sustainment Command Expeditionary (135 ESC), US DoD
  • Commodore Glen Leverette, Commander Military Sealift Command, US Navy
  • Brigadier General Abdullah Al Qateri, Commander Logistics, Royal Army of Oman
  • Brigadier General Hannafiah bin Jaffal, Commander Logistics, Royal Malaysian Armed Forces
  • Brigadier Alastair Deas, Deputy Chief of Staff ARRC, NATO
  • Commodore William Walworth, Commander Royal Navy Auxiliary Fleet, UK MoD
  • Air Commodore Victor Udoh, Chief of Communications and IT, Nigerian Air Force
  • Hans Oiom, Sensitive Cargo and Munitions Safety Expert, Norwegian DoD
  • Colonel Pierre Fauche, Logisitcs Programme Manager CDCE, French MoD
  • Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Habstritt, Deputy Head FMS, OMC-Kuwait, US DoD
  • Wing Commander P. G. Jones, Chief Operations Officer, Allied Movement Control Centre, NATO
  • Lieutenant Colonel Richard Palfrey, Commander Canadian Forces Operational Hub Kuwait, Canadian DoD

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Event details

IQPC Middle East FZ LLC
23 September, 2013
25 September, 2013
Radisson Blu Hotel


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