2021 AICC Annual Property Outlook:
Industrial Property – the way forward
Extraordinary factors are currently impacting the industrial property sector – massive shifts towards e-commerce, industrial automation at unprecedented scale and globally impacted supply chains.
These drivers impact us all – as businesses operators and as consumers.
Proving to be the most resilient asset class within the property sector over the past year, the growth of Australian industrial and logistics real estate continues apace.
In this webinar you will hear from Australia’s leaders in Industrial Property.
Saul Resnick, CEO Australia & New Zealand, DHL Supply Chain
Saul Resnick has propelled innovative supply chain solutions for the logistics industry for many years. In both his current role as CEO Australia & New Zealand, and previous roles as Managing Director & Vice President of Life Sciences and Healthcare across Asia Pacific, Saul has been instrumental in working with DHL’s customers to innovate and improve efficiency across their supply chains.
He is passionate about the supply chain due to its essential part of the economy, sustainability and everyday lives of people around the world. As the leader of a business which has a direct and significant impact on customers, Saul is driven to be a strong ambassador for change, innovation and improvement within the global DHL business.
Christine Miller, Head of Supply Chain – Pacific CBRE Advisory & Transaction Services, Industrial & Logistics
Christine Miller’s professional career has largely been as a senior supply chain practitioner in international supply chain, logistics and operations developing and implementing business transformation solutions in Europe, Asia, N. America, Australia and New Zealand. Her experiences include supply chain solution design, procurement, large scale change programs, mergers and acquisitions, strategy development and program implementation.
Christine spent 25 years with the Maersk Group across both the ocean shipping and the supply chain business units. Her responsibilities included roles based in North America, Global Head Office in Copenhagen, Denmark, Asia Pacific in Singapore, and Australia. Key roles included Chief Operating Officer for Asia Pacific, Global Head of Business Change Management and Director of Client Solutions.
Christine transitioned to advisory work putting her many years as a supply chain practitioner to use across a broad range of industry sectors. In her current role with CBRE, Christine has consulted with market leading businesses to deliver solutions bringing supply chain and property together for true end to end transformation initiatives.
Philip Pearce, Chief Executive Officer, ESR Australia
Philip Pearce has over 20 years of development and investment management experience in the real estate sector throughout the Asia Pacific region. As the CEO of ESR in Australia, Phil is responsible for the execution of strategy, governance, management of wholesale capital relationships, and the delivery of financial and operational performance across the business.
Phil established the ESR business in Australia through the acquisition of Commercial and Industrial Property (CIP) in July 2017 and Propertylink Group in May 2019. Formerly he was an Executive Director and the Managing Director, Greater China for Goodman Group where he was responsible for US$5 billion of assets across Hong Kong and China, having established Goodman’s business in the China market.
Ticky Fullerton, Editor at Large, The Australian Business Review (Moderator)
Ticky Fullerton is Business Editor at Large at The Australian newspaper. Ticky is an award-winning journalist and a household name in Australian business circles with over twenty years at News Corp and the ABC. Previously Ticky was Business Editor of Sky News in Australia, presenting Sky’s flagship business program Business Weekend.
Prior to journalism, Ticky spent ten years with investment bank CS First Boston in Britain and Australia. She is a director of the Australian British Chamber of Commerce and a former director of the CRC for Irrigation Futures.