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Our Future and Past Events


Holding events contributes to business growth and success in the logistics industry.

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By hosting events such as training workshops, seminars, or conferences, companies can connect with individuals and organizations in the logistics and supply chain industry. Networking allows for the exchange of ideas, collaboration opportunities, and building relationships that can lead to future business partnerships or referrals.

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By organizing educational workshops, webinars, or industry-specific events, companies can position themselves as a thought leaders and expert in logistics consultancy and training. Attendees of these events will associate the companies with expertise and professionalism, enhancing its reputation and credibility in the market.

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By showcasing services, expertise, and success stories during events, companies can attract potential clients who are interested in optimizing their supply chain operations. Events provide a platform to educate prospects about the benefits of logistics consultancy and training, ultimately leading to new business opportunities and client engagements.

August 9, 2024

NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY CONFERENCE

📍 KICC

August 9, 2024
August 8, 2024

NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY CONFERENCE

📍 KICC

August 8, 2024
March 8, 2024

KENYA WOMEN IN LOGISTICS & TRANSPORT GALA DINNER

📍 Four Points, Airport

ABOUT EVENT
March is Women’s History Month, and there’s no better time than now to spotlight women in the logistics industry, which is traditionally associated with men. Though women continue to be a minority in this field, they’ve made their mark on the industry throughout history and are gaining greater representation within logistics today. From truck drivers to supply chain management executives, women succeed in various roles across the supply chain and help propel the industry forward.
Despite advancements in logistics and gender equity, many women in logistics are powerfully outnumbered at work or trade shows, networking events and educational sessions. In 2022, the Logistics Board (K) began recognizing women in the logistics and transport industry and formed the Kenya Women In Logistics and Transport (KWiLT) Forum to conduct activities for women in the industry.

OUR AIM
Our main aim is to promote the status of women in Logistics, Transport and supply chain to bring together those who aid the career development of women, and to provide a support network for women in the sector. We have a vision of being the most sought-after organization for the advocacy and empowerment of women in the Logistics and Transport industry. Our work towards this goal is concentrated into four key areas: Leadership, Mentorship, Entrepreneurship and Empowerment. Within these areas, we work to bring change to our industry and the wider economy.

March 8, 2024
August 16, 2023

LOGISTICS, TRANSPORT & SUPPLY CHAIN CONFERENCE & EXPO 2023

📍 Nairobi

ABOUT EVENT
From alternative drives and digitalization to capacity shortage and volatile markets: The Logistics, Transport & Supply Chain Conference will put the spotlight on current trends and challenges. featuring more than 100 companies and over 20 speakers, the conference program will offer both exhibitors and visitors valuable industry insights and interesting visions of the future.

EVENT OVERVIEW
Logistics, Transport & Supply Chain Conference & Expo is one of the most important events organized by Logistics Board in Kenya this year. The Leading Exhibition for Logistics, Transport, Intralogistics and Supply Chain in East Africa, and it’s going to become the most established conference of its sort held in the East Africa region.

EVENT PURPOSE
Explore project spending in detail to be able to prepare your strategy and resources Learn about traditional and emerging business opportunities in the sector Meet the decision-makers of companies and institutions in the Logistics & Transport industry Discover the region’s key clients and contractors

GOALS & OBJECTIVES
This event convenes International experts from the industry’s leading sectors, including Logistics, Maritime, Transport and Infrastructure. Together, they exchange views on how to make

August 16, 2023
June 28, 2022

NATIONAL LOGISTICS DAY 28 JUNE

📍 Nairobi

ABOUT EVENT
National Logistics Day is celebrated on June 28 every year to honor the work of the hardworking professionals in the logistics sector. It plays a huge role in the progress of the economy, especially in a country like Kenya. Everything that you order online reaches you through a vast network of Distributors, Shippers, and Transporters who take care that you receive the correct item on time and in perfect condition, regardless of the distance or weather.

WHY WE CELEBRATE NATIONAL LOGISTICS DAY
It honors the Unsung Heroes of the Economy. We normally know very little about the hard work that logistics professionals put in to make our lives comfortable. Many of them spend days in the open sea without any internet access. They even spend important holidays working in warehouses and on the road instead of being with their families. National Logistics Day helps us recognize and appreciate the dedication of these people. It Makes us Responsible Consumers. By knowing how far goods have to travel before reaching our homes, we can make better decisions about the food, clothes, and other products that we buy. The longer that something travels before reaching our stores, the greater its environmental impact. If we understand the logistics networks, we can choose to buy goods that are delivered from nearby locations.
It Supports Local Communities
It is important to support local businesses such as farms and factories situated near our communities as these can be cheaper because of the shorter distance. Not only does this help us save money but it also helps small, local businesses to flourish without having to spend large amounts on transporting their products to distant markets and communities.

June 28, 2022
April 15, 2022

KENYA SUPERMARKET & RETAILERS AWARDS

📍KICC

ABOUT EVENT
Kenya Supermarkets and Retailers Awards will be held in Nairobi Kenya on the 15th April 2022. This exclusive, event will welcome industry’s top players, including supermarkets and retailers key players, key government agencies, the public and other value added institutions such as the manufacturing companies, the media etc.
This is the first Kenyan Supermarkets and Retailers Awards which will be held in April 2022 to celebrate the great success of the Supermarkets and Retailers industry best on customer service and price list.
The awards will be held annually since the Kenya Supermarkets and Retailers Awards, as it is now known, highlights the presence, standard and quality of the Supermarkets and Retailers industry as well as its value to the economy, its professionalism and its commitment to serve our citizens wherever they are.
It pays tribute to the best the Supermarkets and Retailers industry has to offer and is the premier Supermarkets and Retailers event in Kenya and the eastern Africa region. This year, the top finalists will have a chance to participate in an exclusive, invitation only customer service quality training courtesy of Logistics Board for a period of two days.

April 15, 2022
March 8, 2022

KENYA WOMEN IN LOGISTICS, TRANSPORT & SUPPLY CHAIN DINNER

📍 The Boma Hotel

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
Logistics, Transport & Supply Chain permeates every industry and business sector in the world; retail, life sciences, fashion, technology, construction, manufacturing, hospitality, health, transport and so on.
This means that in addition to needing drivers and warehouse operatives, there’s also a requirement for business development and customer-facing personnel with expertise in the industries in which customers operate.
The industry needs a more diverse workforce, but it suffers from poor perceptions about career opportunities, which has led to a debate around skills gaps and a lack of gender diversity. Nearly 1m people work in logistics, transport & supply chain sector in Kenya. But less than a quarter of these employees are female, according to the World Bank Data. Kenya Women in Logistics, Transport & Supply Chain is going to be launched officially by Logistics Board (LoB) this year 2022, 8th March as the whole world will be celebrating International Women Day.

OUR AIM
Our main aim is to promote the status of women in Logistics, Transport and supply chain to bring together those who aid the career development of women, and to provide a support network for women in the sector. We have a vision of being the most sought after organization for advocacy and empowerment of women in the Logistics and Transport industry. Our work towards this goal is concentrated into four key areas: Leadership, Mentorship, Entrepreneurship and Empowerment. Within these areas we work to bring change to our industry and the wider economy.

March 8, 2022

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