New trends, current challenges and the future of logistics were brought to the fore, anew, as LBC Business Solutions spearheaded the annual Asia Logistics Summit held at the Solaire Resorts Manila.

In partnership with ASIA CEO Events, the nation’s largest business events organization, this year’s summit focused on the theme: ”All Good Things Must Come to a New Beginning”. Topics discussed during the whole-day forum included: Uber-ization of trucking, warehouse, and even logistics staff; Robotization of warehouses; the rise in government infrastructure investments; Omni channei shipping; supply chain social responsibility; the blurred lines between logistics providers; and the rise of virtual logistics teams. These talking points were regarded relevant in today’s global logistics industry especially when the explosive growth of technology-enabled companies is destroying some businesses while driving insane progression for many others.

Speakers during the summit included Robin Bradshaw, Country Manager, Cathay Pacific Airways, Philippines Guam; Jeffrey Dy, Deputy Commissioner (MISTG), Bureau of Customs ; George Barcelon, Chairman of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI); Henry Basilio, Assistant Professor of Public Administration, University of the Philippines; Janlo Delos Reyes, Head of Research and Consulting, JLL Philippines; Aman Hau, Regional IIT Head, Federal Express; Dennis Ng, Founder and CEO, Mober; Chris Leung, CEO and Ryan Lee, COO, Banlu Tech; Robbie Torres, President, Auto-Delta Volvo Bus; and, Jet Pau|o, Head of Large Enterprise Sales, LBC Business Solutions.

Paulo underlined the honor and importance of hosting the Asia Logistics Summit to LBC: ”To be able to gather the corps d’ elite of the Philippine Logistics industry in one arena to find ways to cope with the dramatic shifts in technology is very crucial at this time. It is with the hope that through this summit, we will be able to exchange Information and ideas on how to help the Filipino people through efficient and reliable logistics service”.

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