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T r a n s p o r t   M o n t h   C e l e b r a t i o n s

Thursday 5 October 2017

What are organisations doing to be successful?
What are the captains of the industry concerned about
and where should one focus?

   Proudly hosted by:

University of Johannesburg's
Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (Africa),
or ITLS (Africa)

Many thanks to great sponsors who made this event possible:


VIX Technology
Brand Sauce
University of Johannesburg
Kulula Work
Transnet Port Terminals


Presentations presented:
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Dr Peter Kilbourn
Senior Deputy Head: Department of Transport and Supply Chain Management
University of Johannesburg

The Potential Role of the Transport Sector

Mr Mike Schussler

Transnet Port Terminals' initiatives to be successful

Ms Nozipho Sithole
Chief Executive
Transnet Port Terminals

Safmarine’s initiatives to be successful

Mr Dirk Hoffmann
Chief Executive Officer

Imperial Logistics’ initiatives to be successful

Mr Paul Dickson
Business Development Executive - Managed Services
Resolve Solution Partners

Kuehne+Nagel’s initiatives to be successful

Mr Marcus Balzereit
Chief Executive Officer

Panel Discussion

Comair Ltd./ initiatives to be successful

Mr Erik Venter
Chief Executive Officer
Comair Ltd./

ACSA’s initiatives to be successful

Mr Terence Delomoney
Airport General Manager: King Shaka International Airport

Mr Deon Cloete
Airport General Manager: Cape Town International Airport

Panel Discussion


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