|Event Date/Time: Jan 23, 2013|
Most militaries in the world face a paradox in addressing three critical drivers: sustainability, modernization and budget constraints. Now these components are intersecting in the context of a persistent Eurozone debt crisis, forcing governments to focus more intensively on financing defense.
Thus, there has been an increasing acceptance of the concept of defence outsourcing non-core logistic functions. It can save money together with joint logistics strategies and multinational cooperation.
Join global practice leaders to examine the ongoing challenges to provide defence logistics in a sustainable, innovative and cost competitive manner.
Outsourcing Logistics Services
Need for Transformation
Collaboration with Suppliers is inevitable
Piotr Piotrkowski, NAMSA
Secretary, NATO Codification
Baudouin Heuninckx, Ministry of Defense (Belgium)
Advisor to the Head of Air Material Branch
WHO WILL ATTEND?
Directors/Heads of Supply/Support Chain Management, Operations, Operational Support Command, Operational Programmes and Policy at DoD (Ministries of Defence, Armed Forces, Air Forces, Army Materiel Command etc.) Presidents, Directors, Secretary Generals of Professional Associations and Regulatory Bodies.