Are your freight trains operating at full loads? How efficient are your rail freight operation at interchange terminals? Do you know what the industry best practices for raising freight volumes, cost efficiencies and operations productivity are?
Here at Asia Pacific Rail 2016, we gather the region’s leading rail leaders to share their insights and best practices in improving their rail freight operations and profitability.
One key leader is Rachel Johnson, who currently the independent Chairperson of Port Botany Rail Group (PRBG).
With over 17 years of executive management experience in the transport logistics sector encompassing bulk handling, ports, rail and road, Rachel is a key leader who has contributed much to Australia’s freight and transport industry. Not only has she worked in the public sector as the Deputy Director General, Freight and Regional Development at Transport for New South Wales, she has also provided logistics solutions to industry customers, combined with expertise in stevedoring, port management and development of port facilities and rail freight terminals.
Now in her role at Port Botany, Rachel continues to influence the growth and development of freight industry in New South Wales as she works with both senior representatives from the freight and logistics sector as well as relevant government agencies to design and implement performance standards on the Port Botany rail network between key intermodal terminals and the port. With her extensive experience and network of connections in the industry, Rachel is definitely a key lady you have to meet if you want to gain success in the Australian rail freight industry.
So don’t miss out on this great opportunity to meet with Rachel, who will be speaking at the upcoming 18th Annual Asia Pacific Rail conference, taking place from 22 to 23 March 2016 in Hong Kong.
Book your ticket now and raise the efficiency and reliability of your rail freight business!
Rachel will be sharing Best practices to ensure high levels of rail freight efficiency and reliability at the Asia Pacific Rail conference. She will also be joining leaders from State Railway of Thailand, Amsted Rail, and Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation, India to discuss about cooperation and competition between rail and road freight.