LogiSYM 2014 – Supply Chains of Tomorrow: Ideas in Practice – 26 – 27 March 2014
Venue: Hotel Intercontinental
Address: 80 Middle Road
Date: 26/03/2014 – 27/03/2014
Start Time: 8:30 AM – End Time: 6:00 PM
LOGISYM promises to be a highly unique event, with the focus being to provide a platform for mid to senior level shippers to hear from the leading solutions providers in the industry. The structure of the symposium is such that delegates will have more interactivity with supply chain peers, allowing the development of ideas and for delegates to acquire actionable take aways to present back at the office.
The Society has partnered with faculty from National University of Singapore (NUS), Technische Universität München (TUM) and the University of Wollongong (UOW) to host the region’s first Supply Chain Symposium and Summit focussed on bridging concepts, practice and technology in Supply Chain management, to real world implementation and benefits that result in increased Supply Chain pipeline velocity, profitability and performance.
The event will have general tracks that looks at topical areas such as Supply Chain Visibility and Sustainability, the Economic Impacts on Dynamic Supply Chains and technology such as 3D printing and specialist track in these 4 areas:
- Cold Chain – Food, Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Beauty
- Chemicals and Oil & Gas
- FMCG & Retail
- High Tech
LogiSYM2014 brings together senior professionals who face the challenges of developing Supply Chain strategies, academics wanting to share ideas and theories and understand market realities as well as solution providers who want to hear their customers needs and wants and have a professional open forum at which to reach out and engage.
Unlike many events, the diverse audience channeled into specialised tracks enriches the learning experience by creating a networking and learning event without equal. It is our mission to help ensure that all participants and sponsors connect with influential SCM leaders.
Who Should Attend
Vice presidents, directors, managers and other senior-level decision makers with responsibilities within Supply Chain.
Academics, consultants and educationists interested in the dissemination and understanding of topical issues in Supply Chain Management today.
Service providers within the industry using LogiSYM as a platform with which to engage customers and the market as a whole.
For more information about LogiSYM, visit http://logisym.com/