What’s the point of a logistics expo if there aren’t any products on the floor to sell?
That’s the question expo leaders are asking at the International Logistics Expo (ILX) in Brisbane.
“We are trying to make it easier to get goods from one place to another, to help companies meet demand and to improve the efficiency of supply chain,” said Jason Hughes, the co-founder of the company Logistics Solutions, which is developing the Expo Logistics Hub, a logistics hub in Adelaide that has already secured $25 million in private investment.
The Expo Logistic Hub is set to be a hub for logistics, with a new logistics office in the CBD.
Hughes said the Expo Hub would create jobs and economic opportunities for the community and attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.
While there are some major hurdles to overcome before Expo Logics Hub is operational, it is one step in the right direction to make logistics a much more attractive option to businesses in the community.
A new logistics hub, located at Adelaide’s Southbank, is set for completion in 2020.
Logistics Solutions CEO Jason Hughes says the Expo logistics hub will bring more jobs and investment to Adelaide.
Source: Supplied “Our biggest challenge is actually making sure that we have the infrastructure in place to support the business and the workforce.
And we’re taking a very smart approach to that,” Hughes said.
It’s a very difficult and challenging business.
One of the challenges that you’re going to face in a logistics business is that it requires people to be very efficient and very effective.
And it requires a very high level of management.
But what we do, we also do really well at the logistics side, and I think that’s something that is very important for our industry to be able to leverage that expertise and that experience to our advantage, Hughes said in a statement.
As the largest logistics company in the world, Logistics Solution’s mission is to help logistics companies meet their business goals through the development of the world’s largest logistics hub.
According to Hughes, it will also help businesses grow.
Companies who are looking to expand operations and become profitable will have a much easier time.
I think that we’re going in the opposite direction of the rest of the industry and they’re going into the business that they’re in, Hughes added.
Adelaide’s Expo Logistically Hub is one of three new logistics hubs in the city.
In 2016, Logistic Solutions also announced the creation of the Central Logistics Center in South Australia, which will be the headquarters for the Expo logistics hub as well as the new South East Logistics Centre in Victoria.
Expo Logistics Manager, Rob Brown, said the Adelaide Expo Logistical Hub is a huge step forward for the logistics industry in South East Australia.
A key part of Expo Logicals Hub is the expansion of its headquarters, which was previously the home of Logistics Operations Group. “
This is the first step to building up the infrastructure and the capacity in Adelaide to support a large scale logistics operation in South-East Australia.”
A key part of Expo Logicals Hub is the expansion of its headquarters, which was previously the home of Logistics Operations Group.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has previously said the government would look at ways to help the industry.
For the next few years Expo Logists will also be looking to build new offices and new facilities, with more than 1,500 jobs to be created in the region by 2020.
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