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The Growing Hotspot for Gloobal Logistics

This year’s FlyPharma Conference Europe for pharma and logistics professionals is staged in Copenhagen, Denmark, moving to the Nordics for the first time.

Backing the event as sponsors are SAS Cargo, DSV, and Copenhagen Airport, and among the supporting partners is Copenhagen Capacity: the inward investment agency of Greater Copenhagen, serving industries in life sciences and logistics in a business region covering Eastern Denmark and South Sweden.

The conference is an appropriate occasion to rebut any myth or tale that Scandinavia, Denmark in particular, is marred by prohibitive taxation and high labour costs.

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Paul Dhami has over 30 years’ global experience as senior management in strategic transport, logistics, and supply chain roles for SAS Airline, DHL, Carlsberg Group, SAP, and Oracle. Paul is working for Copenhagen Capacity, the official organisation for investment promotion, business development, and cluster growth in Greater Copenhagen. His responsibilities concern focus areas such as infrastructure, digital infrastructure, e-commerce, logistics, and airport/route development with global outreach. He has vast experience in working for international brands, executing successful plans in Europe, the US, and Asia within logistic service providers, life sciences, IT, and FMCG industries.
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