Transport Minister, Kwaku Ofori Asiamah

The 4th Annual Africa Chief Executive Officers in Transport, Logistics & Supply Chain Forum will take place in Accra Ghana from 15-16 September 2022.

The two days forum under the theme “Creating a sustainable future through investing in the African logistics transport and supply chain sectors, the game changer” will be opened by the Minister of Transport, Kweku Ofori Asiamah.

The forum will bring together key industry players in the African transport logistics & supply chain space, including shipping agencies, African ports, mining and manufacturing supply chain sectors, maritime agencies, road freight, rail, land, sea, and air.

According to the organiser, Africa Trusted Business Solutions (ATBS) Group, the forum will be a well-balanced bespoke thought leadership event crafted by industry players with vast experiences in the African transport logistics & Supply chain sectors.

The Africa Leaders in Transport & Supply Chain Forum is a bespoke thought leadership platform that gathers key decision-maker ministers of transport across Africa, and leaders operating in the supply chain in diverse areas and industries.

 It has become a beacon gathering for transport logistics & supply chain forums in the continent, as first-hand information from experts dealing with transport logistics resiliency in the digital age will be provided. Transport and logistics in Africa have never been the same post-Covid-19.

The gathering will draw experts and practitioners sharing ideas, and new ways of doing business. Some of the experts will include Dr. Daniel McKorley, Group Chairman, McDan Shipping Ghana; Dr. Dinesh Kumah, Director Roland Berger Toronto-Ontario; Dr. Obiora Madu; Director of African Center for Logistics and Supply Chain, Nigeria; Minister of Transport in Cote D'ivoire; Amadu Kone and Ziad Hamuoi, Chartered Logistician Regional Integration Ghana.

Key topics to be discussed during the event include demonstrating knowledge and understanding of the essential elements of the digital economy, future trends, and smart industries relating to supply chain management;  analysing and differentiate the sub-functions of supply chain management and apply supply chain management concepts in sustaining the competitive advantage of African firms in the manufacturing and service environment and managing cross-functional drivers in supply chain and logistics in Africa.

Commenting about the forum, one of the bespoke thought leaders, Shermandra Singh, the Director of Dovetail solutions said he is looking forward to meeting leaders in Transport Logistics & Supply Chain in Ghana and West Africa.

The Managing Director of Africa Trusted Business Solutions, Gift Mashingaidze, organizer of the annual forum, said “we are excited to be in Accra this year, the players in West Africa should make use of such networking and learning, transport supply chain business opportunity because it might take a while before it returns to West Africa.

The forum this year will look into mega projects, Africa spotlights, regulations and reforms, transport & investments, infrastructure developments, supply-chain trends, ports and shipping best guidance, marine best practices, key highlights on the African Continental Free Trade Area on how it will shift the way of doing business in Africa, as well as cutting edge keynote presentations.

All transport supply chain companies operating in private and public institutions are expected to participate in this high-level forum.

“As Africans together we can do more, crafting exceptional real-time economic solutions through collaboration implementing innovative world-class transport supply chain best practices”, Gift Mashingaidze added.

The 4th annual Africa Leaders in Transport logistics & Supply chain Register to attend is an innovative gathering creating exposure and dialogue between industry players and new emerging players to discuss map and forge unrivaled solutions for the growth of Africa's transport logistics & Supply chain sectors.

The forum gathers the best speakers in Africa who have years of experience in transport logistics & supply chain forums.

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