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LogM Seminar 2013

“Logistics and Transportations in Malaysia: Challenges Ahead”

Date: 24 October 2013 (Thursday)
Time: 1400hrs – 1730hrs
Venue: Prince of Wales Island International School
Fee: RM50 (LogM Member) or RM100 (Non-Member) or RM25 (Student/ Senior Citizen)
(Certificate of Attendance, LogM souvenir & Light Refreshment)
Registration: Please register with Ms Audrey Chung at audreychung@mtt-priority.com.my or Ms Amy Ooi atamy@AK-academy.com by 20 October 2013.

1. “Human Resource Development for Logistics and Transportations in Malaysia”
Professor Dr Leong Choon Heng
PhD (Sociology) (Harvard), BA (East Asian Studies) (Colby)
*President, Malaysia University of Science & Technology (MUST)

2. “Factors Affecting the Growth of Merchant Hauliers in Malaysia: A view on its Planning & Policy”
Log. R. Amaiappan MLogM
*Chief Operating Officer, LTS Logistics Group
*Chairman (Northern Region), Association of Malaysian Hauliers (AMH)

3. “Warehousing Efficiency and Attributes: A Penang BPO Perspective”
Log. Dr Adam Mohd Saifudin
DBA (UUM), MBA (UUM), BSc (UiTM), MLogM
*Senior Lecturer, School of Technology Management & Logistics, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM)
*Vice President, LogM

4. “Intelligent Logistics and Transportation System”
Log. Jason KK Tan
MSc (Tpt & Log) (MUST), LLB (UWA), BCom (Hons) (UWA), CMILT, MLogM, CCMP (ICF), TTT (PSMB)
*Group General Manager, MTT & Priority Group of Companies
*Secretary General, LogM

5. “Prevailing Trends in Freight Forwarding: The Survival Kit”
Log. Ooi Guan Lye
MBA (USC), CMILT, FLogM, TTT (PSMB)
*Key Accounts Manager (Asia Pacific Region), DW Morgan
*Penang Section Chairman, LogM

 

Penang maritime logistics in jeopardy

Based on the present scenario, Government is suggested to emphasize more on an effective public transport system for Penang, rather than going ahead for a sea-tunnel at the north channel (the only sea route for vessels). CORRECTION: Based on the water draft limitation at the channel, the terminal operator is able to handle NOT more than a 4,000 TEUs vessel (instead of 400 TEUs, which is wrongly stated due to typo error by the printer). It’s NOT a norm, but the largest containerized vessel in the world is able to carry 18,000 TEUs now!

(Source: http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2013/3/7/nation/12801727&sec=nation)

CKL in Guang Ming 18-Sept-12

“SPAD, setting up its office in Penang”: For which, LogM President CKL commented that might be an “convenience” to some people, but it would NOT be seen bringing any significant or favourable factor to the general public, including the Logistics & Supply Chain sector(s). Notwithstanding, unless, they’re able to work hand-in-hand with the Penang State Government to finding ways and means to reduce traffic congestion.

(Source: Guang Ming 18-Sept-2012 http://www.guangming.com.my/node/146234?tid=23)

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