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Last Mile Delivery Seminar

30 March 2022

Last Mile Delivery Seminar

The Chartered Institute for Logistics & Transport and Linkline Journal continue their series of high-value conversations around the most challenging portion of the supply chain journey: The Last Mile. From regulation and licensing of Ireland’s commercial transport sector to the ongoing impacts of Covid-19 on the national and global supply chain sector, we continue to explore challenges and opportunities of the last mile market.

With all-round efforts to redesign the supply chain sustainably, the seminar will be focused on solutions involving technology and innovation, addressing key players in the industries across the value chain - retailers, e-commerce, warehousing, transportation & delivery.

Key Questions:

What will last mile delivery look like post-coronavirus?

How technology can lead to sustainable growth?

What are the challenges behind the “same-day delivery” promise?

Is the Irish Last Mile market prepared to pivot and take advantage of opportunities?

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