Prague, Czech Republic, December 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Don't miss out! Join leading members of logistics commands from across the region who will discuss the challenges of modernising their logistics forces through training, international cooperation and procurement. Attendees will benefit from effective learning experiences through expert speakers, carefully chosen through extensive research.
Interested in attending? Please register online at www.defence-logistics.eu/prcom or contact Guy Hippisley Cox: +44 (0) 20 7827 6197 or email@example.com to secure the booking(s).
Join high ranking speakers from across Eastern Europe talking about operational experience, current and future capabilities, new projects and how they are overcoming budgetary challenges.
1. The Czech Approach To Defence Logistics - Brigadier General Jaromir Zuna, Director Support Division, Armed Forces of the Czech Republic
• The Czech Armed Forces capability to support multi-branch joint operations and exercises
• The value of strategic logistics planning during peace and war
• Modernising the logistics structure for 2020 and beyond
2. The Croatian Approach To Military Logistics - Brigadier General Ivica Olujic, Chief of J4, Croatian General Staff, Croatian Army
• Current Croatian Logistics capabilities
• Procurement of equipment to improve the efficiency and capacity of the logistics system
• How the Croatian Army logistics units are integrating into NATO and EU formations
3. Theatre Level Logistics: Maximising Long-Term Operations For The Front Line Soldier - Brigadier Simon Hutchings, Commander 104 Logistics Support Brigade, British Army
• An overview of the role and aim of 104 Brigade
• Part-time Soldiers with Specialist Capabilities: How reservists not only fill gaps but provide essential services to British Operations and its cost efficiency
• How logistics planning is crucial for sustaining long-term operations abroad
4. How The Visegrad Group Can Maximise Logistics Capability Sharing - Brigadier General Imre Pogacsas, Director General Armaments, Hungarian Army; Brigadier General Dariusz Lukowski, Head of J4, Polish Armed Forces; Brigadier General Jaromir Zuna, Director Support Division, Armed Forces of the Czech Republic
• Logistics Capability of the V4 Battlegroup
• Joint infrastructure and planning for exercises and conflicts0
• Resource sharing and force structure integration in a time of strict budgeting
• Future of joint Logistics in the V4
5. Modern Transportation for the Hungarian Army - Brigadier General Imre Pogacsas, Director General Armaments, Hungarian Army
• Improving the transportation system to meet modern standards
• Making safe the transportation of Hazardous Materials
• Maximising logistics efforts through an effective training system
• Developing an independent airlift capability to support Hungarian troops abroad
Plus: Don't forget to extend your stay to attend the interactive post-conference workshop taking place on 9th March entitled: Optimising Logistics and Rapid Response to CBRN Incidents in the Czech Republic.
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How To Register
Book before 18th December to save £200! Simply register online at www.defence-logistics.eu/prcom or contact Guy Hippisley Cox: +44 (0) 20 7827 6197 or email email@example.com
There is currently an early bird offer to save £200 if you book before 18th December.
Defence Logistics Eastern Europe is sponsored by HIAB.