Northern Ireland Logistics Lunch

Belfast | 05 June 2020

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A lunch celebrating the logistics industry!

Celebrate another successful year for the logistics sector and dine with the industry’s finest at FTA’s fourth annual Northern Ireland Logistics Lunch.

“FTA’s Northern Ireland Logistics Lunch is back for its fourth year; a testament to the value it provides to businesses within the sector. While the industry has undoubtably faced challenging and uncertain times over the past 12 months, I am looking forward to getting together with some of our sector’s leading lights and taking the time to celebrate our successes – it is an event not to be missed.” (Seamus Leheny Policy Manager - Northern Ireland, FTA)

 

Headline Sponsor: Diamond Trucks 

Raffle Sponsor: Brigade Electronics 

 

 

   Half-table: £550 + VAT   Table of 10: £1,100 + VAT

 

Key reasons to attend

  • Join peers in recognising industry achievements, highlights and a special industry recognition award

  • Networking opportunities

  • Support your local charity  

  • Plus much more...

To book a table please contact Jayne Currie: jcurrie@fta.co.uk or 07818450359

 

 

Guest speaker - Andy Cole

Former Premier League footballer
 

A legend not only for services to his country’s football team, but so too to a number of domestic clubs over the years, Andrew ‘Andy’ Cole is a venerated guest speaker who will be the talk of any after dinner event he attends. Despite being born in Nottingham, it was with Manchester and Newcastle that the now retired striker had strongest associations – no wonder given the fact he holds the rare accolade of having collected all possible honours from the modern game.

Despite starting at Arsenal, many people remember Cole from his amazing goals to game ratio at Newcastle FC during the mid-nineties. As well as hat-tricks against Royal Antwerp in the UEFA Cup, Cole has the great honour of scoring Newcastle’s first ever goal in the Premier League! It was a shock deal in 1995 which took Cole south to Manchester, though, where in the ensuing years he formed a formidable partnership with Teddy Sheringham and ended up at retirement age as the Premier League’s second highest ever scorer with 187 goals. Between 1995 and 2001, Cole was also capped 15 times for England and appeared in a number of World Cup qualifiers in that time.

 

Read our Northern Ireland Logistics Lunch press release here.

 

For sponsorship opportunities, click here.