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Supply-Chain World Asia Pacific Conference 2008

  13.05.2008    

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23-24 July 2008
Marina Mandarin, Marina Square, Singapore

“Enabling Game Changing Strategies for Supply Chain Management” is the theme for this year’s conference.  
This is the 7th year that this world event is held in the Asia Pacific region and an attendance of 250 delegates is expected.  The Guest of Honour is Mr Abdullah Tarmugi, Speaker of Parliament, Singapore.
This conference, organised by the Supply-Chain Council, South East Asia Chapter, will feature several outstanding speakers who will share their insights and perspectives on the latest trends and research on supply chain management, green supply chain, reverse logistics and supply chain security through case studies and survey results.
There will be an update on the new version 9.0 of the Supply-Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) Model. New features include expanded risk management and GreenSCOR capabilities.
In conjunction with this conference, two workshops will be held, namely, the SCOR Framework and SCOR Implementation Workshops on 21-22 July and 25-26 July respectively.  Both workshops will be conducted by Mr Joe Francis, Chief Technology Officer, Supply-Chain Council Inc. On completion of these workshops, participants will be eligible to sit for the certification examination online on scheduled dates, leading to the award of the designation SCOR/P (SCOR Professional). Supply chain management students may sit for the “SCOR Scholar” certification examination during the conference.
Registration for the conference and workshops is now open online!  For more information conference and sponsorships, please visit our website: www.supply-chain.org



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