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International Supply Chain Seminars

In order to support Australia’s smart, agile SMEs in both the domestic and export markets, provision has been made for Supply Chain engagement and outreach seminars and other engagement activities by international prime contractors pursuing major RAN capital acquisition and sustainment projects, including Sea 1000 – Future Submarine; and Sea 5000 – Future Frigate.

 

UK-Australia SME Matching Seminar

The United Kingdom’s defence export facilitator, UKTI, will host a UK-Australia SME Matching Seminar at Pacific 2015. With the UK looking to construct the new Type 26 Frigate for the Royal Navy, and Australia planning to introduce a new generation of surface combatants under Project Sea 5000 – Future Frigate, UKTI is aiming to help Australian and British SMEs find partners who can strengthen each country’s maritime industry supply chains.

Admission to the Seminar is Free to registered trade visitors and Award entrants, but space is limited so potential attendees are advised to pre-register beforehand.

Date, Time and Location
This event will be held at the Sydney Exhibition Centre @ Glebe Island.

Date: Tuesday 6th October, 2015
Time: 1400-1530
Location: Conference Precinct, Exhibition Hall 4

 

For Further Information and to Pre-register:
Ms Kasandra Perry, Deputy First Secretary, Defence and Security, British High Commission, Canberra
Tel: 02 6270 6649
Email: Kasandra.perry@fco.gov.uk

 

DCNS Submarine Supply Chain Seminar

With its eyes on the Australian Government’s Future Submarine Project, Sea 1000, as well as other opportunities within the Naval space, French naval giant DCNS will host a Submarine Industry Supply Chain Seminar in Conference Room 1 on Wednesday 7 October at 10.00am.

Admission to the Seminar is Free to registered trade visitors and Award entrants, but space is limited so potential attendees are advised to pre-register beforehand.

Date, Time and Location
This event will be held at the Sydney Exhibition Centre @ Glebe Island.

Date: Wednesday 7th October, 2015
Time: 1000-1200
Location: Conference Room 1, Exhibition Hall 4 (PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE)

 

For Further Information and to Pre-register:
Ms Jessica Thomas, Senior Communications Adviser, DCNS Australia,
Tel: 02 6260 5950
Email: Jessica.thomas@au.dcnsgroup.com

 

Introduction to the Global Supply Chain Program

The Global Supply Chain (GSC) Program managed by the Department of Defence provides Australian SMEs with the opportunity to pursue export contracts with multinational defence companies.

The Primes identify bid opportunities across their defence and commercial business units and provide these to suitable Australian companies who have a matched capability. The opportunity is then won on merit, requiring the company to be export-ready and globally competitive.

For companies new to the GSC Program, the session will provide an overview of the capabilities being sought by the primes and their requirements of SMEs.

Although attendance is free to Pacific 2015 Exhibitors and Trade Visitors, space will be limited and potential attendees are advised to pre-register.

Date, Time and Location
This event will be held at the Sydney Exhibition Centre @ Glebe Island.

Date: Thursday 8th October, 2015
Time: 1330-1500
Location: Showcase Theatrette, Hall 3

 

For Further Information and to Pre-register:
Ms Julie O’Dor, Program Manager, Global Supply Chain Program
Tel: 02 6144 2842
Email: Julie.Odor@defence.gov.au

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