APLA Logistic Meeting 2021

May 21, 2021

The 23rd logistics meeting organized by APLA, the Latin American Petrochemical and Chemical Association, presents a 3-day agenda to address thematic axes that are currently affecting the sector by industry experts from leading logistics companies.

The event will be held in a 100% virtual environment and provide an excellent opportunity for professionals to update themselves on process improvements, new technologies, digitization and industry trends.

During 3 days, you will be able to access presentations by renowned speakers from the industry addressing different aspects of the challenges the logistics sector faces in the era of digital transformation.

https://www.apla.lat/virtual-2-2/

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