THE Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia is running a “trade visit” to China from 30 July to 10 August.

SCLAA chief executive Amanda O’Brien said the trip was “a wonderful opportunity” for supply chain and logistics personnel, government officials, company executives and NGOs to meet important players within China.

Delegates will meet with the Consulate in Guangzhou and visit Guangzhou Port as well with with key Chinese government officials and non-governmental organisations and company executives in Beijing.


They will also attend the China-Australia & NZ Trade Forum and networking dinner and visit the Australia and NZ Embassies.

Other opportunities include:

  • To promote the coordinated development of e-commerce and express logistics
  • To discuss current problems in synergy development of international and domestic e-commerce and logistics
  • Network with Chinese peak logistics companies
  • Discuss informatisation of supply chain and logistics

Participants are welcome to request additional meetings and networking opportunities and every effort will be made to arrange these.

Contact the SCLAA for more information.