Priority Freight sponsors Future Logistics Live

10th maj 2019

Time-critical logistics specialist, Priority Freight, is the global expedited sponsor at this year’s Future Logistics Live conference at Graz Airport, Austria. Priority Freight will be joining industry leaders from across the automotive supply chain and manufacturing sectors to discuss the changes and future of the European automotive market.

Stuart Stobie, Group Sales and Marketing Director at
Priority Freight commented, “Events such as Future Logistics Live are important to Priority Freight. We don’t just want to be taking part in the conversations and networking, we want to be leading the conversation and making connections that drive our business forward.”

Future Logistics Live will be a platform for discussion of the leading topics impacting the automotive supply chain for two days, covering a highly progressive agenda that will examine the logistics industry’s response to a changing market.

“Digital technologies are disrupting and changing the logistics landscape, bringing opportunities and increased efficiencies in the sector. Priority Freight is working with partners at the forefront of innovation within the sector to ensure we retain a place at the cutting edge of change.” Stuart Stobie, Group Sales and Marketing Director said.

Stuart Stobie will be one of the key speakers at the two-day event. His key-note speech will address the challenges, complexities and preparations required for companies to keep integrity in their supply chain during Brexit.

Future Logistic Live, Graz runs from 14th to 15th May.

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