- Location Budapest, Hungary
- Date 01-03-2023 - 02-03-2023
At this event you'll get an expert analysis of the current and future trends in military logistics and procurement. Get a detailed understanding into the unexpected changes caused by conflict on NATOs eastern flanks and take this unique opportunity to listen to, learn form and speak directly and candidly with senior officers/decision-makers. Join the regions decision makers and help shape the future of defence logistics.
Defence Logistics Central and Eastern Europe 2023 will continue to break the mould and create a platform that will give you detailed knowledge and vision into the latest developments and reflect on the most pressing priorities of NATO allies and partners.
Who should attend:
This is the ONLY logistics conference specifically dedicated to the region. It is a critical forum where you will find senior officers, military logistics commanders, and industry experts brought together to discuss the modernisation and cooperation of defence logistics from the High North to the Black Sea.
- Military logistics specialists
- Equipment procurement officers
- Businesses looking to break into the regional market
- Established players in the regional market
- Developers and innovators in military technology
- Organisations who wish to equalise the European defence capability
- Those who seek improvement of the security and strength of Europe's front line
- Businesses wishing to bolster the national economies and industries of Eastern and Central Europe
This is the only event that will:
Deliver real insight and genuine learning experiences which can be applied to optimise the future of defence logistics for the Central and Eastern Europe region.
What's different this year:
The conflict in Ukraine has reinforced the fundamental importance of logistics as the facilitator of tactical, operational, and strategic military capabilities. From ensuring the security of essential supplies to maintaining the frontline troops, this event will provide a forum to consider and respond the profound implications of the conflict on the region.
Speakers: LIEUTENANT GENERAL DR ROMULUSZ RUSZIN-SZENDI Commander, Hungarian Defence Forces Command (HDFC), BRIGADIER GENERAL (RET'D) DR. GYULA KESZTHELYI President, Hungarian Military Logistic Association, BRIGADIER GENERAL HENDRIK 'HENNY' BOUMAN Assistant Chief of Staff for Logistics, Netherlands MOD, BRIGADIER GENERAL ILIR XHEBEXHIA Commander, Support Command, Albanian Armed Forces, BRIGADIER GENERAL ISTVAN FILOTAS Deputy Commander, Force Modernization and Transformation, Hungarian Defence Forces, BRIGADIER GENERAL LIVIU MARIAN MAZILU Head of the Logistics Directorate - J4, Defence Staff of the Romanian Armed Forces, BRIGADIER GENERAL MARIUSZ SKULIMOWSKI Chief of Logistics Division - J4, The General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces, BRIGADIER TIM CROSSLAND Commander, International Donor Co-ordination Centre, CAPTAIN (NAVY) NIELS MARKUSSEN Director NATO Shipping Center NSC, Allied Maritime Command, COLONEL (RET'D) PROFESSOR SLAWOMIR AUGUSTYN Deputy of Director at Implementation of Innovative Technologies, Military University of Technology, COLONEL DR. LASZLO FAZEKAS Director, NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine, COLONEL FAITH CHAMBERLAIN Commander, Defense Logistics Agency Europe and Africa DLA E and A, Defence Logistics Agency - Europe, COLONEL GIOACCHINO CASSARA Incoming Commander, MCCE, COLONEL JON WEST Assistant Head Sustainment, British Army, COLONEL LADISLAV SLECHTA Director, Military Medicine Agency, COLONEL MILE VUKICEVIC Deputy Head of Logistics Directorate - J4, Croatian Armed Forces General Staff, LIEUTENANT COLONEL HENRIKKI HAAPAMAKI Chief of Plans, Finnish Defence Forces, LIEUTENANT GENERAL ALEXANDER SOLLFRANK Commander, Joint Support and Enabling Command (JSEC) and Multinational Joint Headquarters (MNHQ), Ulm, LIEUTENANT GREGORZ WIEJAK PhD Student, Military University of Technology, MAJOR GENERAL DR. LaSZLO STICZ Commander, Hungarian Defence Forces, Force Modernization and Transformation Command, MR. JAMES GAVIN Head of the MOD DES Future Capability Group, FCG, MR. MARIO BLOKKEN Director PSec, European Army Interoperability Centre - Finabel