Webinar: Logistics & Transport Industry Trends

  • 27 September 10:00 am – 11:00 am
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  • Duration: 60:00
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$126.50 Non Members

About the Event

Logistics and transport trends in 2023 are expected to evolve more to cope with global economic and technological advancements.

Logistics and transport industries will be faced with challenges around fuel options and price, decarbonisation, (for them and their customers), and driver shortages The development of major “hubs” could change the whole nature of transport in New Zealand. So too could the future of the Ports of Auckland, and other structural and technological changes in the industry.

Join Dr Murray King as he provides an update on Logistics and Transport Industry Trends.

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  • Dr Murray King

    • Transportation / Trucking / Railroad Consultant

    Murray is an independent consultant specializing in transport. He has 50 + years’ experience in land transport, including rail, ferries, trucking, and buses, mainly as an executive with Tranz Rail Ltd and its predecessors.

    He has had an active involvement (including membership) with regional councils’ transport committees since the mid-1980s. He is particularly interested in rail and road law, economics, safety, heritage, and environmental impact.

    He holds the degrees of BA (Hons), PhD, and LLM from Victoria University of Wellington, and holds a practicing certificate as a barrister. His PhD thesis was on the structure and ownership of NZ’s trucking industry. He is also an accredited hearings commissioner for Resource Management Act (environment and planning) applications.

    He is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, He is as well a trustee of the Rail Heritage Trust of New Zealand, a Fellow of the Institute of Managers and Leaders, and a Companion of the Institution of Professional Engineers NZ.