As the need for armed forces to enhance and maximise their logistical capacity continues to grow, and with the current political
As the need for armed forces to enhance and maximise their logistical capacity continues to grow, and with the current political climate in Europe, it is now more important than ever that senior military officials meet to discuss planning, joint operations and allied interoperability, as well as engaging more closely and efficiently with industry. Increasing reliability, reducing costs, and exploiting new developments and the growing links between militaries, remains at the forefront of defence logistics as a means of providing critical operational advantages, and increasing allied effectiveness across the region.
The 5th annual Defence Logistics Central and Eastern Europe 2020, for the first time commencing in Budapest, Hungary, will bring together the key military logisticians from across the Central and Eastern European region and beyond. The conference aims to discuss new trends, crucial developments, and the methods, strategies, and procedures armed forces are increasingly pursuing for optimal logistics efficiency.
Key fundamental topics include: Regional Updates, Heavy Lift (rail & air), Fuel Logistics, Supply Chain Management Solutions, International Operations and Solutions, 3rd party logistics, Future Trends and MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul), to name but a few.
Early bird discounts:
Book by 29th November to save £400
Book by 13th December to save £200
Book by 31st January to save £100
Register online at http://www.defence-logisticscee.com/armada
march 3 (Tuesday) - 4 (Wednesday)
NOVOTEL BUDAPEST CENTRUM
Rákóczi út 43-45, Budapest, Hungary