What can we learn from transport and logistics infrastructure in Asia?
As transport and logistics practitioners, we almost always tend to draw inspiration and influence in infrastructure build, from Australia, the UK and North America, yet the Asia region is critical to our import-export trade.
Hear from speakers involved in Asia-Pacific infrastructure build projects about their experiences in the region and what it means for the future of transport and logistics services in New Zealand.
Jochem has a wealth of experience in the structural design of heavy civil, rail and maritime works across New Zealand, Australia and Asia as well as the design management of numerous of these projects. He has spent three years in Kuala Lumpur delivering the reference design of Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (KVMRT) projects line 2 and line 3.
Alex has worked on a wide range of transport engineering projects in New Zealand, the Pacific and Europe. She is passionate about innovative problem solving, applying her broad project experience and engineering knowledge with a human-centred approach.
Ronald has eight years of experience working in the transportation sector in the Asia-Pacific region, and with a focus on Public Transportation. Originally from Singapore, he started his career in a multi-modal public transport operator, SMRT Corporation Limited, as a bus network planner (something he has had strong passion in since the age of 15) before moving on to venture into planning of the wider public transport systems, infrastructure and policies in the field of engineering consultancy.
Hari has nineteen years of experience in logistics and supply chain management programs. His scholarly publications include journal papers, book chapters and peer-reviewed conference research articles. He has been active in numerous administrative positions in academia. Hari has supervised graduate and postgraduate research projects, conducted short courses and provided consultancy to companies.
We hope you can make it on 19 November.