Streamlining logistics and procurement in the age of joint operations
Military operations are increasingly carried out by coalitions rather than single national actors, making the already complex process of procurement and logistics even more complicated. The Middle East has not been excused from this trend either, with action in Yemen recently carried out by a coalition of nations. With increased GCC military cooperation on the regional agenda, this trend looks set to continue, necessitating new thinking on military logistics and procurement.
Discuss this and more at the 3rd edition of the Military Logistics and Procurement Kuwait conference from the 28–29 November, officially supported by the newly formed Armament & Procurement Authority of the Kuwait Armed Forces, as we search for robust solutions to the challenges of logistics and procurement in the modern age.
With Kuwait’s parliament recently approving an additional defence budget of over US$10bn to support additional procurements, don’t miss this opportunity to meet and network with senior officials from a brand new authority responsible for these procurements at a time when they will be about to embark on a period of major spending.
The objective of this event is to pool together logistics and procurement professionals as well as selected suppliers of components and maintenance services to the Kuwait Armed Forces.
General Manager Gulf
Aggreko Middle East Ltd
Cyber Security Leader for Middle East and Turkey
Director of Strategic Business
Boeing Canada Operations Ltd/Tapestry Solutions, Inc.
Head of RPAS and Spatial Systems
Italian Air Force
Chief of Typhoon Programme Office
Italian Air Force
Head of Logistics Department, Faculty of Military Leadership
University of Defence, Czech Republic
Commander, Logistic Forces
U.S. Naval Forces Central Command
Commander of the Logistics Centre
Head of Logistics, Capabilities Section
Director - J4
United States Central Command
Vice President – Enterprise Group & Managing Director – ME and Pakistan
Kuwait Air Force
Chief of the Armament & Procurement Authority
Kuwait Armed Forces
Learn first hand how the Kuwait Ministry of Defence plans to reform and develop its procurement and logistics processes in order to be the first to benefit from the changes
Hear how the fields of logistics and procurement in the Middle East are changing in order to adapt your strategy to the future needs of the region
Develop your understanding of the role of the private sector in military logistics in order to discover new opportunities for your business and generate new business
Meet with logistics and procurement officers from the Kuwait Armed Forces and the wider GCC in order to build relationships and develop business in the country
Who should attend?
Military logistics and procurement officers
Logistics and warehousing companies
Software and logistics solution providers
Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) providers
Companies supplying spare parts and maintenance services
Defence industry professionals
Don’t just take our word for it. See what our past attendees have to say:
“A great opportunity to meet and learn from key regional actors, both in military and the industry”
“Excellent opportunity to gain a better understanding of international/coalition logistics”
“Well organised, interesting, surprised to see all the defence officials under one roof”
“The conference provided a well-rounded range of views which provided for a balanced, comprehensive event”