Transport & Logistics Day 2022
The Transport & Logistics Industry Day was held on 31 October 2022, at 9 am at Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore. Enterprise Singapore organised this event in partnership with Container Depot and Logistics Association (Singapore), SAAA@Singapore, Singapore Logistics Association, and Singapore Transport Association.
It has brought together more than 200 transport & logistics industry leaders and practitioners, where they discussed the latest industry initiatives, highlighted current innovation and sustainability trends, and shared how businesses can tap relevant programmes and tools to stay ahead of the curve.
The line-up of events, including panel discussions and breakout sessions, touches on a variety of issues, including supply chain disruption, sustainability, innovation, and operations for the container logistics sector.
The Singapore Logistics Association, represented by First Deputy Chairperson, Ms Gina Toh, joined Dr Tan See Leng, Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Trade and Industry, and Mr Png Cheong Boon, Chief Executive Office, Enterprise Singapore, on stage for a photo-taking.
The photo-taking signifies the support of the Logistics Industry Transformation Map, SLA will drive industry-wide digitalisation initiatives and support local logistics enterprises in their new sustainability journey.
Another key highlight of the TL Industry Day was the Launch of TR 105 and Sharing on Data Protection Trustmark for Last-Mile Delivery.
Purpose of the segment: Covid-19 and e-commerce have led to an increase in last-mile delivery needs for both sellers and buyers. This boom resulted in challenges for marketplaces and logistics service providers to safely and efficiently undertake their last-mile delivery duties. To help Singapore’s logistics service providers navigate through these changes, this session will cover general guidelines for last-mile delivery service providers as well as the responsible collection and handling of personal data in the sector’s ecosystem.
Ms Gina Toh, Deputy Singapore Logistics Association, First Deputy Chairperson, shared on how the adoption of the guidelines will be useful for their member companies.