Call for Papers
Asian Logistics Round Table (ALRT) 2020 Conference on “Smart Global Logistics and Resilient Supply Chains”
Date: 19th -21st November 2020
Venue: Australian Maritime College, University of Tasmania, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
The Asian Logistics Round Table (ALRT) was launched in 2007 aiming at promoting an academic and research collaboration network with the industry to discuss the problems, challenges and opportunities faced by the logistics industry. Regular international conferences associated with the ALRT provide such a platform to achieve the aim. A total of nine international conferences associated have been held by founding member universities in various countries. It is the great pleasure of the Maritime and Logistics Management under the National Centre for Ports and Shipping at the to host the 10th ALRT Conference in 2020.
Global logistics and supply chains have faced challenges arising from trade wars, technology development, talent crisis, environmental issues, climate change, and increased fuel costs. The logistics industry needs to address the challenges through a smart approach by developing innovative business models to improve business process and management to enhance resilient supply chains. The theme of the ALRT2020 Conference is “Smart Global Logistics and Resilient Supply Chains”. Please visit the link below for details of the sub-themes.
The ALRT2020 Conference will provide an opportunity for academics, practitioners, and policy makers to exchange their valuable ideas, novel research, and managerial experiences in the areas of logistics and supply chains. We invite you to submit your work to the ALRT2020 Conference through the conference management website.
• Due date for submission of abstracts: 31 March 2020
• Notification of acceptance of abstracts: 30 April 2020
• Due date for submission of extended abstracts/full papers: 30 June 2020
• Notification of acceptance of extended abstracts/full papers: 15 August 2020
If you have any queries, please email to the Conference Secretary Dr Wendy Shi Wenming.Shi@utas.edu.au