Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) has signed on as the Major Partner for the Infrastructure section of multi-modal supply chain event, MEGATRANS2018.
Australia’s peak national civil construction industry body joins the increasing number of organisations and bodies supporting the trade show, including the Victorian Government.
CCF’s members are a core part of Australia’s wider infrastructure sector, located across the length and breadth of Australia, working within all aspects of civil construction and infrastructure.
The associations’ membership comprises over 2,000 civil construction companies and key suppliers to the civil construction sector, including those specialising in construction materials and products, equipment sales and hire, fuels and lubricants and professional services.
“Infrastructure is a key piece of the supply chain and freight equation, so backing this show is an important step for us and our 2000-strong membership,” says CCF CEO Chris Melham.
“CCF members construct Australia’s civil infrastructure thereby shaping the Australia economy – asphalt and pavement, road, rail, bridges, tunnels, pipelines, and port construction along with intelligent transport systems and other aspects of infrastructure development – we look forward to being a part of MEGATRANS2018 and its dedicated Infrastructure space.”
Connecting the Australian and international supply chain, MEGATRANS2018 will bring together those who plan, implement and control the efficient and effective forward flow and storage of goods, services and related information between the point of origin and point of consumption.
MEGATRANS2018 takes over the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 10-12 May 2018 and will play host to an array of delegates involved in the wider national and international supply chain industries.
For more information on MEGATRANS2018, or to register your interest, contact Anastasia Razdiakonova: P 03 9690 8766 E email@example.com