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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2013
60 FORUM 2013 CONCLUSION continued from page 58 The 2013 ALC Forum, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground from 12 to 14 March, was the best yet, judging from the quality of ideas and debate. This was the collective view of participants, observers and the Managing Director of ALC, Michael Kilgariff. As Mr Kilgariff said during the official close of the Forum, there was a wide range of topics discussed, but some of the key issues to emerge were the need to embrace new technologies, to look at new ways of financing infrastructure, to get more constructive IR results, to better communicate the economic and social importance of the industry, and to look at demographic trends to better position businesses to prepare for future challenges. He closed by saying that the ALC Forum has given government, our industry and the wider community an enormous amount to think about, and – more importantly – to act upon, in this election year and beyond. 1880_Future Freight 2013.indd 60 10/05/13 1:54 PM