The 2022 APFI Forum will deliver the ACAPMA signature mix of detailed high level learning sessions and networking and social events in Adelaide in September.

Under the theme of Doing Business in a post-COVID19 Economy, ACAPMA’s annual industry conference, will be held over 6 and 7 September 2022 and will feature information, insight and innovation from industry leaders, regulators and specialists. From chain of responsibility to measurement instruments, employment to fuel contractor skills, future fuels to future of convenience, fuel security to future legislation, the forward focused the Forum Agenda explores in detail the future of the downstream industry and arms delegates with information and inspiration.

“This years COVID delayed APFI Forum will continue the tradition of a focus on top quality speakers and presentations that are designed to engergise and inform delegates, and arm them with information and knowledge that they can use in their businesses now, while preparing for the uncertain and challenging future” explained ACAPMA CEO Mark McKenzie.

The 2022 APFI Forum will be held at the Adelaide Conference and Exhibition Centre.

“This year, we are anticipating attendance numbers to be higher than in previous years as the industry looks to reconnect fact to face after 24 months of very limited face to face learning and networking” noted Mark.

The program is currently being redeveloped and will include an array of high-profile keynote speakers, industry leaders and regulators delivering a series of strategic insights and market innovations designed to provide thought leadership on current and emerging issues affecting the shape of fuel wholesaling and fuel retailing with the Asia Pacific Region.

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The opportunities for trade partner engagement with the director level attendees of the Forum are myriad.  The APFI Forum Partnership Prospectus can be found here;

For more information contact ACAPMA Membership and Marketing Manager, Julieanne Young via telephone 0403 014 273 or via email