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International Defence Logistics 2008

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Worldwide Business Research London
: 23 April, 2008  (Special Report)
National and international defence organisations come together to address key challenges in logistics.
3 – 6 June 2008, Hotel le Plaza Brussels
International Defence Logistics 2008 – the world’s leading conference for military, government and Defence industry logistics and procurement professionals - is scheduled to address key issues surrounding the use of civilian contractors in military operations.
Leading the debate will be representatives from the armed forces of the US and UK, alongside section heads from the UN (peacekeeping), NATO, NAMSA, OCCAR and the European Defence Agency. Other topics on the agenda include post-conflict reconstruction and coalition and multinational forces:

• 3 June: Contracting for Logistics capability
• 4 June: 21st Century Logistics Challenges
• 5 June: Procurement, management and the defence supply chain
• 6 June: Logistics in a coalition environment

Major-General Karl-Heinz Munzner, General Manager of NAMSA (the NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency) has described the event as 'A high level open forum addressing key issues in logistics' and has encouraged all defence logistics professionals to attend.
The conference is set to attract over 250 delegates representing the defence organisations of the world’s allied nations. The conference comes at a time when military operations including UN missions in Africa and the ongoing commitments in Afghanistan and Iraq are placing ever increasing demands on the resources of national and international forces.

Press access, interviews and information will be available upon application to the organisers.
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