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Meet Global Armed Forces Logistical Heads and Industry Leaders at Defence Logistics 2013

February 22, 2013

LONDON, February 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –

Next week senior logistical heads from global Armed Forces and industry thought
leaders will meet in London to discuss the current requirements and challenges in military

Defence IQ’s Defence Logistics 2013 will explore the current challenges facing Armed
Forces as they withdraw from Afghanistan and the role third party logistics will play in
this. Also, how the UK Armed Forces are transforming the way in which they do business in
order to provide an efficient and effective logistics model that delivers results.

The full speaker line-up for Defence Logistics 2013 can be found at


[http://www.defencelogisticseurope.com/redForms.aspx?id=389080&frmType=Brochure&mLoc=F&sform_id=316492&isbrochure=true&m=217&utm_source=external&utm_medium=PressRelease&utm_campaign=11269.007%2B-%2BINBOUND%2B1b.%2BPR%2BNewswire&utm_term=Brochure&utm_content=Text&MAC=PRNEWS_DEF ]
and will include the following senior experts:

        - Major General Ian Copeland , Director Joint Support Chain, UK MoD
        - Brigadier General Blaine Holt , J4 Director, Headquarters U.S. European
        - Air Commodore Barrie Thomson, Logistic Network Enabled Capability, UK MoD
        - Colonel Jaroslav Schon , Deputy Director, Logistics Planning & Development
          Department, Czech MoD
        - Colonel Chuck Mathe , J4, Canadian Joint Operations Command, National Defence,
          Canadian Forces

In addition to the speaker panel, Defence Logistics 2013 has also joined forces with
industry partners in order to provide solutions to the challenges faced in the military
logistics environment. Accenture, DynCorp, Volga-Denpr, Riveer and the NATO Codification
Group will all be in attendance during the conference, taking place from 26-28 February

If you would like more information on Defence Logistics 2013, including the full
conference agenda, please visit http://www.defencelogisticseurope.com
[http://www.defencelogisticseurope.com/redForms.aspx?id=389080&frmType=Brochure&mLoc=F&sform_id=316492&isbrochure=true&m=217&utm_source=external&utm_medium=PressRelease&utm_campaign=11269.007%2B-%2BINBOUND%2B1b.%2BPR%2BNewswire&utm_term=Brochure&utm_content=Text&MAC=PRNEWS_DEF ]

Additionally, the website plays host to a number of specially created Defence
Logistics resources, including an article which brings together the viewpoints of three of
the main Armed Forces involved in the Red, White and Blue of Defence Logistics, which is
available to read here
[http://www.defencelogisticseurope.com/MediaCenter.aspx?utm_source=external&utm_medium=PressRelease&utm_campaign=11269.007%2B-%2BINBOUND%2B1b.%2BPR%2BNewswire&utm_term=Download%20Centre&utm_content=Text&MAC=PRNEWS_DEF ]

Notes to Editor:

If you would like to attend the conference as media, please contact Samantha Tanner at

Defence Logistics 2013 is sponsored by Accenture, DynCorp, Volga-Denpr, Riveer and the
NATO Codification Group. More information on the event sponsors can be found at


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Source: PR Newswire