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Limited spaces remaining for Logistics UK’s Welsh Lunch

With just two weeks to go until Logistics UK’s hotly anticipated 2023 Welsh Lunch, anyone wishing to attend is advised to book now to avoid disappointment.

Taking place at the Cardiff Marriot Hotel on Friday 24 November 2023, the event – now in its 39th year – celebrates the accomplishments within Welsh logistics over the past 12 months. 

Sponsored by FAUN Zoeller, the lunch will include a delicious three-course meal and entertainment provided by former Welsh footballer Clayton Blackmore, as well as a spectacular German-style Oompah band.  

A charity collection will also be held in support of Noah’s Ark – a children’s hospital based in Wales that provides palliative care. 

“The Welsh Lunch is a well-established annual event in the logistics calendar that has fast become a member favourite and provides the opportunity to discuss the future growth of businesses and network with industry peers, as well as celebrating another successful year for the industry,” said Logistics UK’s Chief Executive, David Wells.  

“I am looking forward to coming together as a sector, seeing familiar faces and recognising each other’s achievements.  

“The dedication and resilience shown in logistics is a true testament to everyone’s efforts. With only a few tickets remaining, there’s no time to waste if you’d like to secure your  place and avoid missing out on a really special event.” 

A table of 10 places is £700 + VAT, a table of 12 is £800 + VAT, or individual places are priced at £80+VAT per person. For more information, or to book a place, please visit: www.logistics.org.uk/events/welshlunch23 

Published On: 16/11/2023 16:00:00


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