International Defence Logistics and Support 2010

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29th June 2nd July 2010, Hotel Le Plaza, Brussels
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Over 200 high-ranking military and government logisticians and their industry partners will convene in Brussels from the 29th June to 2nd July 2010 for the tenth annual International Defence Logistics and Support conference.

International Defence Logistics and Support is an exclusive platform for allied defence organisations and their industry partners from across the globe to gather and find solutions to the common challenges they face at the tactical, operational and strategic level.

The focus of this years conference is on bringing the military and industry together to discuss how to effectively equip and support forces in Afghanistan as well as support and sustain reconstruction and peace-keeping missions around the world.

Attendees will be able to find out the latest plans to improve support chain delivery from a platform of over 40 renowned logisticians from key NATO agencies and across the globe. In addition they will meet senior decision makers from international system integrators and solution providers and learn about their current support chain strategies and growth plans. It is a vital change to keep up to date with the latest trends and developments in the international defence logistics and support arena.

There will be high-level briefings on disengagement and strategic redeployment, current multinational logistics initiatives and how the military can capitalise on industry expertise to increase front line capabilities. This years programme features a varied agenda of case studies, panel discussions, roundtables and big-picture keynotes from over 40 high-ranking international military leaders providing solutions to achieving critical strategic, operational and tactical objectives. The conference will be attended by almost every nation from across the globe.


Find out more at www.defencelog.com, contact WBR on +44 (0) 207 368 9465 or email defencelogistics@wbr.co.uk

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