Supply Chain & Industrial Warehouse Summit

3-4 November, 2022 | Sofitel Melbourne, Australia + Virtual

Strategy, Technology and Innovation to Reduce Supply Chain Congestion and Capitalise on the E-commerce Boom

Strategy | Technology | Innovation

NAVIGATING THE SUPPLY CHAINWRECK & OPTIMISING THE MOVEMENT OF GOODS

When it comes to the current state of the global supply chain, weakness is everywhere. Massive dislocations are present in the container market, shipping routes, ports, air cargo, trucking lines, railways and warehouses. For goods to move seamlessly from overseas factories to Australian addresses, the oceangoing vessels, shipping containers, cargo terminals, truckers and railroads all must work together, like runners in a relay race. If equipment gets stuck at any point, delays ripple along the entire chain.

The Supply Chain and Industrial Warehouse Summit will look at how the pandemic has disrupted global supply chains and accelerated ecommerce sales growth so quickly that immense pressure has been placed on distribution networks and warehouse capacity.

It will explore the major challenges being faced by CPGs and 3PLs facing across the supply chain from shipping, containers, transportation, warehousing and the last mile – and how technology and innovative approaches can help unlock inefficiencies and optimise the movement of goods.

It will also look at the huge opportunities this has created for industrial & logistics property owners and investors as consumer goods and logistics companies scramble to increase their inventories and expand their warehouse space.

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Meet Our Speakers

Richard Whetton

Head of Fulfillment Centres, Australia Post

Leonie Wilkinson

Senior Vice President, Portfolio Management, Real Estate, Brookfield

Darren Hutchinson

National Supply Chain Projects Manager, Officeworks

Charlotte Brabant

Head of Investments, Australia, Realterm

Sally Pyke

Senior Project Manager, Planning, Port of Melbourne

Christine G. Miller

Regional Director – Supply Chain Advisory – Pacific, CBRE

Andrew Thai

National Sustainability Manager, Frasers Property Industrial

Simon Carter

Head of ESG, ESR Australia

Jason Wu

Business Development Manager ANZ, AutoStore

Ben Burston

Chief Economist, Knight Frank

Craig Fuller

Former Director of Operations, Amazon Australia

Heidi Thorne

Head of Asset Management, Logistics, The GPT Group

The Program

The Supply Chain & Industrial Warehouse Summit is the premier event exclusively focused on the relationship between e-commerce, supply chain and industrial real estate. It’s where you’ll hear the big ideas and learn about the latest trends and new technologies from the best in the business.

Topics covered include:

Schedule Dates

Conference Schedule

Day 1 | Thursday | 3rd November

08:30

Registration & Coffee

09:00

Opening Remarks

09:10

Chairman’s Address

Kyle Rogers, Independent Director, SCLAA

BIG TRENDS SHAPING GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS & WAREHOUSING

09:25

Keynote Address: Ports and shipping: Examining how demand and delays in global shipping are impacting supply chains, warehousing and how you can get ahead of the game?

Professor Michael Bell, Chair of Ports and Maritime Logistics, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS), University of Sydney Business School
09:50

PANEL DISCUSSION: Where to next? – Analysing the impact of the pandemic, labour shortages and inflation on supply chains and industrial warehousing

There appears to be a perfect storm brewing as drivers are getting older and starting to retire. Covid has also knocked out many drivers and with no immigration of late, we are seeing constraints in the marketplace. With fuel price increases and shipping and rail constraints we are setting ourselves up for a challenge in the supply chain. In this session we examine how innovation and technology can ease the pressure of transport constraints while examining other industry trends.

The confluence of increased demand for goods, inflation, transport constraints and labour shortages has stretched supply chains like never before. In this session, follow the journey that landed us in a global supply chainwreck and look ahead to what’s next. Speakers will examine what’s next for e-commerce; the impact of inflation and rate hikes; and how innovative approaches and technology can ease congestion and get things moving smoothly again.

  • Understanding the procurement challenges in global shipping and its impact on supply chains
  • What can be done to speed up the movement of goods in and out of Australia?
  • How has logistics as an essential service affected the industry and supply chains as we move from ‘Just in Time’ to ‘Just in Case’
  • Why industry consolidation has magnified supply chain inefficiencies
  • The biggest challenges and opportunities around lastmile infrastructure, urban logistics and industrial warehouses for tenants, owners and investors?
  • How can advanced technologies and robotics prepare us for the future?
Panellists
Bart Phaosihavong, Logistics Operations Manager, Cement VIC/TAS, Boral
Marc Lucas, Group Executive - Head of Industrial, 151 Property
Anna Maras, Head of Asset Services & Regional Portfolio Manager, Charter Hall
Christine G. Miller, Regional Director – Supply Chain Advisory – Pacific, CBRE
Craig Albiston, Executive Director, Supply Chain, TMX
Moderator
Professor Michael Bell, Chair of Ports and Maritime Logistics, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS), University of Sydney Business School
10:35

How the pandemic stress-tested our supply chains and how advanced technologies can prepare us for the future

Michael Dyson, Vice President, Sales & Marketing - APAC, SOTI
Stephen Lakey, Technology Consultant – Supply Chain & Logistics, Gamma Solutions
10:55

Morning Coffee & Networking Break

WAREHOUSE AUTOMATION AND DOCK OPTIMISATION

11:30

Using network design and warehouse optimisation to drive down costs

Warehousing is a Cost Point and how you manage it affects your P&L so achieving efficiencies are key. Warehouse sustainability is important too. In this session, we hear how Network Design is a key aspect of increasing optimisation of your warehouse and how measures to do so can both decrease costs and improve your profitability. 

Amir Hashemi, Supply Chain Director, Orora Group
11:50

PANEL DISCUSSION: How Loading Dock optimisation improves efficiencies of your warehouse and your transport

  • Examining how Social Networks can manage Transport networks
  • Overcoming the challenges of dock congestion to improve efficiencies across the supply chain
  • Moving towards paperless to drive greater efficiencies and reduce delays
  • Loading Dock automation can assist in overcoming labour shortages and increase site security
Moderator
David Sanders, Managing Director, Bestrane
Panellists
Darren Hutchinson, National Supply Chain Projects Manager, Officeworks
David Brennan, Senior Supply Chain Analyst, Chemist Warehouse
12:30

Modernising Supply Chain with the Metaverse

In this session we will take you into TMX Metaverse, where you can experience your DC come to live. An industry first solution, TMX Metaverse provides holistic visualisation that enables problem solving through unique perspectives, enhances efficiency in solution development and decision making and provides greater connectedness through borderless collaboration. A virtual space that truly revolutionises design, enables you to work smarter, faster, and more efficiently – resulting in time savings and cost efficiencies.

Nick De Klerk, Associate Director Supply Chain, TMX Global
12:50

Lunch and networking break

Take the opportunity to fuel up, meet with fellow attendees and visit our partners in the solutions showcase

CUSTOMER SERVICE & DIGITAL SUPPLY CHAIN BEST PRACTICE

13:50

CASE STUDY: People first – Enhancing customer experience and building a great company by focusing on your team

Focussing on the ‘customer’s experience’ and enhancing their satisfaction can be the key to an effective and more cost effective supply chain. Likewise, your people are equally important and developing inhouse capability, training and development can lead to a successful and long-term sustainable business. In this case study we hear from Michael Bunt and the 20 year journey he has had within The Winning Group - one of Australia’s leading technology, retail, distribution and logistics companies. In this session we examine:

  • Why Customer Service is the secret sauce to a successful business
  • From driver to leader – why your team and their needs are as important as your customer’s
  • Implementing recycling and sustainable principles across the successful supply chain to fosters a circular economy
14:10

Thinking outside the grid – the future of grid-based automation solutions

As automation continues to grow, and companies look at ways they can get ahead of their competitors in the years ahead, warehousing automation experts Swisslog and AutoStore will be hosting a combined presentation to discuss all things automation.

    • Examining Linfox logistics case study that illustrates real-world results and benefits of automation.
    • Discussing the future of AutoStore, and how integrating their ItemPiQ robots will provide even finer and gentler levels of handling.
    • Examining how they have grown their businesses with innovative, advanced, and proven grid-based automation solutions.
    • Providing in-depth insights into the technology and key value drivers.
Jason Wu, Business Development Manager ANZ, AutoStore
Richard Bercich, Sales Consultant, Swisslog Australia & New Zealand
14:30

Adopting innovative Leadership in a dynamic Supply Chain environment

  • Post covid leadership models (Virtual engagement replacing face-to-face)  
  • Revaluating the business model to embed resilient, sustainable supply chain 
  • Stakeholder & relationship management  
  • Rapid change management and adopting new technological opportunities 
  • Adopting new Leadership styles & strategies for supply chain (Shift from Industrial era mindset to Information & technology era)
Bart Phaosihavong, Logistics Operations Manager, Cement VIC/TAS, Boral
14:50

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

Interactive discussions with likeminded professionals

In this series of 4 x 30 minute interactive facilitated discussions, the audience will break into groups of 20 to sit with a roundtable leader who will set the scene, and then open the group to an interactive discussion. Have your chance to raise issues of concern and brainstorm innovative solutions with likeminded individuals. The session will conclude with a short 2 minute summary from each roundtable leaders.

  • Roundtable 1: Warehouse automation & optimisation
  • Roundtable 2: Getting smarter with data to transform your supply chain
  • Roundtable 3: Creating visibility in the Supply Chain – end to end, enabling SC teams to make more proactive than reactive decisions
Facilitators
David Sanders, Managing Director, Bestrane
Laura Hull, Former Head of Supply Chain, Workwear Group
Roger Smith, Sales Director, Thinxtra
15:20

Afternoon coffee and networking break

DISTRIBUTION CENTRES, 3PLs, AND THE LAST MILE

15:50

3PL PANEL DISCUSSION

Examining the future of 3PLs beyond Covid – Where do we go from here?

The supply chain crisis created by the COVID-19 pandemic has changed everything. The Financial Times reports a top executive at UPS expects the supply chain crisis created by the pandemic will inflict lasting damage. A global survey of 800 executives by McKinsey also points to significant disruption and change ahead. This fireside chat will cover a range of topics and explore what the future holds for 3PLs.

  • Logistics risk and disruption: Is It in the past or forever a part of our future?
  • How to create a logistics sustainability roadmap
  • Is now the time for an Industry Control Tower to tackle logistics disruptions?
  • Where to look for logistics cost optimisation beyond rate reductions
  • How to create a technology strategy for logistics
Panellists
Dan Majman, Head of Logistics, L&H Group
Andrew Oliver, Director - Distribution, South Asia, Expeditors
Facilitator
Marie Varrasso, Chief Operating Officer, uTenant
16:20

DISTRIBUTION CENTRES & LAST MILE

Looking at evolving distribution models and the implications they will have upon traditional distribution centres, the last and middle mile

The exploding digital economy and technological advancements have been fuelled by the covid pandemic which propelled e-commerce and the growth of online retail and logistics. Amid historic e-commerce growth rates, effective distribution centres, transport and the last mile has become a critical aspect of the supply chain. Just in time has moved to just in case and as more businesses are competing to implement tech solutions, increase volumes and expedite transport delivery to the end-user, embracing the last mile is now a key differentiator.

  • How can distribution networks implement greater efficiencies and what will this mean for warehousing demand and capacity?
  • As demand for faster fulfilment rises, how will this impact the demand for decentralised or urban infill locations to allow for faster last-mile delivery?
  • Are electric vehicles an option and what happens when diesel disappears?
  • Looking at the new technologies and supply-chain methods traditional distribution networks are implementing to meet capacity pressures and manage costs
  • Examining how new distribution models have emerged and what this means for industrial warehouse and supply chains? We look at the emergence of:
    • Dark stores,
    • Customer fulfilment centres (CFC)
    • In-store fulfilment and
    • Micro fulfilment centres (MFCs)
Panellists
Michael Bunt, General Manager, Winning Services, Winning Group
Geoff Crouch, Executive Director, Ron Crouch Transport
Katharina Attana, Executive Director, WISC - Woman in Supply Chain & General Manager Business Solutions & Property, Tasman Logistics Services
17:00

HOT TOPIC! Air taxis and drone deliveries are already here and the property industry is the missing piece of the puzzle.

In this case study we examine the recent developments in new and emerging aviation technologies and their applications for supply chain and Industrial real estate. We examine the opportunities and the timelines for industrial property. In particular we will examine: 

  • Federal, State and Local Government support. 
  • Drone deliveries case studies that are actually occurring today. 
  • Future opportunities for heavy lifting drones providing business to business freight. 
  • Air taxis and drones – two similar but parallel industries which can be facilitated by industrial property owners. 
  • The future matrix of vertiports as attractors for new tenants – is your site suitable for a mini electric airport? 
Clem Newton-Brown OAM, Chief Executive Officer, SkyPortz
17:20 - 18:00

Networking Cocktail Reception

Close of Day 1

Day 2 | Friday | 4th November

08:30

Registration & Coffee

09:00

Chairwoman’s Address

Australia needs at least twice as much industrial floor space as it is building if it is to keep up with growing demand. In this session, Sass will explore the trends shaping the industry with a focus on the following:

  • The current state of the Australian Industrial & Logistics market landscape (supply vs demand)
  • Comparing Australia to other global markets
  • Attractiveness of Australia to investors
  • E-commerce outlook over next 12-24 months
  • Ongoing supply chain disruption – what’s in store?
Sass J-Baleh, Head of Industrial & Logistics Research and Director of NSW Research, CBRE

CREATING EFFICIENT AND SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAINS

09:20

INDUSTRY ICON FIRESIDE CHAT

Looking across the career of an industry icon; the changes he helped foster and where the industry is headed with the growth of eCommerce and technology led innovation.

In this candid interview, we meet Craig Fuller, a charismatic entrepreneurial business leader who always puts the customers’ needs first and works backwards to drive rapid, scalable, profitable business growth. His 30 year international career with blue chip corporations such as Unilever, Nestle and Amazon is where he gained extensive experience in supply chain, transportation, operations, finance as well as marketing, sales and general management in Australia and overseas in Switzerland and Japan.

Most recently Craig lead Amazon’s operations across Australia, where he built a dynamic end to end operational network, developed a large and high performance team, and innovated with proprietary know-how of data and technology. In this session, we hear how the industry has evolved and where Craig sees it progressing into the future.

Guest:
Craig Fuller, Former Director of Operations, Amazon Australia
Interviewer
Kyle Rogers, Independent Director, SCLAA
09:40

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: What will the fulfilment centres of the future look like?

In this session we hear from Richard Whetton, Head of Fulfillment Centres for Australia Post on how they are working to create the fulfilment centres of the future. In this session Richard will look at the technology that will create these centres and how fulfilment will evolve to ensure sustainable and reliable supply chains.

Richard Whetton, Head of Fulfillment Centres, Australia Post
10:00

PANEL DISCUSSION: Using ESG principles to create effective, functional and sustainable supply chains and greener warehouses

With port, shipping, transport and ever increasing environmental constraints, how can we enhance the sustainability of supply chains? What role is technology and innovation playing in futureproofing supply chains? How can culture drive the outcomes we need and how can ESG principals help to ensure more sustainable industrial real estate?

  • Dealing with the increased pressures and challenge of Carbon Emission reduction across supply chains and industrial warehousing
  • What role will ESG play in establishing sustainable modern supply chains such as green warehouses and eVehicles?
  • What role does Mental Health and Wellbeing and a proactive approach to work culture play across the sustainability of supply chains and the broader use of industrial real estate?
  • How can we use less, improve recycling and avoid landfill?
  • What efficiencies can we make in the last mile and DC’s to better enhance sustainability across supply chains?
  • Examining the role inventory control plays in cohesive and sustainable supply chain and warehouses?
Panellists:
Allan Tran, ESG Manager - Industrial & Logistics, Charter Hall
Simon Carter, Head of ESG, ESR Australia
Andrew Thai, National Sustainability Manager, Frasers Property Industrial
Sally Pyke, Senior Project Manager, Planning, Port of Melbourne
Moderator:
Charlotte Brabant, Head of Investments, Australia, Realterm
10:40

Fostering better mental health and wellbeing across supply chain, logistics and warehousing

Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds Foundation exists to promote the prevention and understanding of mental health issues that exist across the road transport and logistics industries in Australia. The overarching aim of the Foundation is to build a psychologically safe, healthy and thriving working environment for truck drivers, distribution centre and warehouse staff, and other road transport industry members. In this session we examine:

  • How to establish an industry-wide strategy for best practice psychological safety, wellbeing and physical health.
  • Why it is important to support all operators nationally, regardless of size or scale?
  • Examining the 3 pillars of Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds
    • Training – Increasing in the number of people trained in mental health within transport and logistics facilities
    • Standards – Establishing standardisation of policies and regulation at transport and logistics facilities
    • Wellness – Helping individuals to be healthier from a better diet and mental health perspective
Naomi Frauenfelder, Chief Executive Officer, Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds
11:00

Morning Coffee & Networking Break

11:30

CASE STUDY: Implementing sustainability, and how a focus on your customer’s needs can enhance your overall asset management: the GPT Perspective.

Sustainability is one of the key drivers in real estate today and this is especially true of the industrial and logistics sector. In this case study we examine what leading Industrial Warehouse owner GPT are doing to drive greater sustainability across their portfolio of assets while also encouraging greater diversity which is helping them to attract and retain tenants.

As the economy continues to recover from the impact of the pandemic, investors are closely analysing conditions in the current environment including rising inflation, geopolitics, and other key factors. This session will dive into what’s happening now and provide a forecast for the road ahead. Speakers will cover major trends to watch and will discuss allocation strategies to help you keep pace with product and asset class shifts.

  • What’s driving demand; what challenges are ahead; and the opportunities for commercial real estate developers and investors
  • How are cap rates, rising rents, and a shift in the priorities of both investors and tenants affecting investment in the industrial sector?
  • How will land scarcity continue to influence returns?
  • What impact is the recovery of physical office occupancy and leasing, robust consumer spending and rebounding leisure and business travel having on asset allocation?
  • How do Fund Managers continue to identify and mitigate risk in the Industrial warehousing and logistics sector?
Heidi Thorne, Head of Asset Management, Logistics, The GPT Group
Amy Ng, Development Manager, The GPT Group

CAPITAL MARKET PERSPECTIVES

11:55

Shifting sands: how is the industrial investment landscape reacting to higher inflation and rising interest rates?

After ten consecutive years of double-digit investment returns, culminating in a record year of growth in 2021, the economic context underpinning property investment has shifted decisively with the advent of higher inflation and rising interest rates. How are these trends impacting the industrial property market and what lies in store for 2023? 

Ben Burston, Chief Economist, Knight Frank
12:20

INVESTORS PANEL: The investors’ view on the ever-evolving industrial real estate and logistics asset class

As the economy continues to recover from the impact of the pandemic, investors are closely analysing conditions in the current environment including rising inflation, geopolitics, and other key factors. This session will dive into what’s happening now and provide a forecast for the road ahead. Speakers will cover major trends to watch and will discuss allocation strategies to help you keep pace with product and asset class shifts.

  • What’s driving demand; what challenges are ahead; and the opportunities for commercial real estate developers and investors
  • How are cap rates, rising rents, and a shift in the priorities of both investors and tenants affecting investment in the industrial sector?
  • How will land scarcity continue to influence returns?
  • What impact is the recovery of physical office occupancy and leasing, robust consumer spending and rebounding leisure and business travel having on asset allocation?
  • How do Fund Managers continue to identify and mitigate risk in the Industrial warehousing and logistics sector?
Panellists:
Sean Fleming, Head of Capital Transactions, EG Funds
Leonie Wilkinson, Senior Vice President, Portfolio Management, Real Estate, Brookfield
Camilla Bradley, Assistant Fund Manager, LOGOS Group
Sarah Renouf, Capital Transactions Manager, ISPT
Moderator:
Sass J-Baleh, Head of Industrial & Logistics Research and Director of NSW Research, CBRE
13:00

Lunch and networking break

Take the opportunity to fuel up, meet with fellow attendees and visit our partners in the solutions showcase

TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION

14:00

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

Interactive discussions with likeminded professionals

In this 2nd series, 3 x 30 minute interactive facilitated discussions, the audience will again break into groups of 20 to sit with a roundtable leader who will set the scene, and then open the group to an interactive discussion. Have your chance to raise issues of concern and brainstorm innovative solutions with likeminded individuals. The session will conclude with a short 2 minute summary from each roundtable leaders.

  • Roundtable 1: Examining ESG trends from overseas – and the implications for real estate markets in Australia.
    Led by: Annabel McFarlane, Head of Strategic Research Australia, JLL
  • Roundtable 2: Warehouse Optimisation
    Led by: Michael McNair, Head of Solutions, uTenant
  • Roundtable 3: Analysing capital market trends
    Led by: Camilla Bradley, Assistant Fund Manager, LOGOS
Facilitators
Annabel McFarlane, Head of Strategic Research Australia, JLL
Camilla Bradley, Assistant Fund Manager, LOGOS Group
Michael McNair, Head of Solutions, uTenant
14:40

THE CRYSTAL BALL: How will technology and innovation help to transform industrial warehousing and industrial real estate portfolios and protect supply chains against future shocks?

In this session we move beyond the current market drivers and provide insights into what trends shaping ports and warehouses of the future. We explore the role of technology and innovation in shaping the urban supply chain models of tomorrow.

  • Forecasting the future of development and demands for supply chain logistics and industrial real estate. 
  • How are trends like the move to Automation, micro-fulfilment, Multi-Level warehousing and drone delivery reshaping the industry?
  • What changes are on the horizon for international freight and shipping and how will this positively impact global supply chains, ports, warehouses and logistics?
  • What could be the next big disruption and what can landlords, tenants and industry professionals do to be ahead of the curve as we look to futureproof the industry?
Panellists
Chi Yong, Manager, Supply Chain Network - Port Growth and Planning, Port of Melbourne
Craig Jones, General Manager Industrial and Logistics Transactions, Centennial
Laura Hull, Former Head of Supply Chain, Workwear Group
Roger Smith, Sales Director, Thinxtra
Moderator
Richard Phillips, Head of Supply Chain - Australia and New Zealand, JLL
15:20

Close of Summit

18:00

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Annual Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards

Co-located with the Supply Chain and Industrial Warehouse Summit, the annual ASCLA Awards gala dinner recognises the outstanding achievements of supply chain & logistics professionals and organisations across Australia, celebrating industry excellence and championing collaboration, innovation, and success.


These prestigious National Awards, presented by the SCLAA for the past 20 years, have been running for 60 years making them the most sought after, recognised and influential awards across the Supply Chain, Logistics and Transport industries.


Being held at the Park Hyatt, Melbourne on Friday, 4th November from 6pm.

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