You are invited to an Austrade industry briefing webinar to discuss their new Export Supply Chain Service (ESCS) on Wednesday, September 21 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM (AEST).
The ESCS is a new initiative by the Australian Government to coordinate insights into complex supply chain and logistics issues for:
- Small-to-medium enterprise agribusiness, food and beverage exporters;
- Government partners;
- Other supply chain and logistics stakeholders.
ESCS coordinates insights to help stakeholders navigate supply chain issues while connectivity to international markets remains volatile and capacity diminished and expensive.
The ESCS has three main functions:
- Share insights with agribusiness, food and beverage exporters who may lack the resources to navigate complex international supply chain and logistics issues.
- Access to Austrade’s Global Engagement Managers and the Tradestart network. Austrade and Tradestart advisers provide one-on-one expertise to exporters and can help coordinate insights and understanding of pressures clients are experiencing. This will help companies adjust their strategic plans and manage export supply chains.
- Coordinate and advocate for exporters on supply chain issues within Federal Government agencies, and state and territory governments.
With this being the first Industry Briefing, the ESCS team are looking to attendees to help shape the format of these briefings.
The webinar will be Chaired by ESCS Principal, Michael Byrne. With previous roles as MD, COO and Director of Toll Holdings, CEO of Coates Hire, Linfox and Westgate Holdings, and Non-Executive Director of Australia Post, Michael’s career spans some of the biggest logistics companies in the world.
Please submit questions and suggestions of what topics you are most interested in via your WebEx registration form or by emailing email@example.com.
Should you have any questions, contact our Trade Export Manager Julie Willis on 0404 392 311 or email via firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you have any questions, please contact Seafood Industry Australia email@example.com