‘Integrated information key to better supply chain’

Corporate excellence and profit maximization is achievable by affective supply chain management ‘Integrated information key to better supply chain’

Karachi- ‘Supply chain is the at the core of corporate success and profit maximization for concerned companies is best possible by implementing an affective supply chain management process’ – stated by Mr. Qayser Alam, President Supply Chain Association of Pakistan (SCAP) at a 2-days mega supply chain conference [SCC2014], exhibition and training session at the Movenpick Hotel in Karachi on May 13-14, 2014, organized by SCAP.

The theme of the Conference was “Supply Chain – A True Business Partner A Real Game Changer” and the event provided players of the industry the opportunity to share knowledge, gather insights and set a vision for the industry’s future, and included keynote addresses from industry stalwarts like Sarfaraz A. Rehman, CEO, Engro Foods;, Jehanzeb Khan, CEO, AkzoNobel Pakistan and Torsten Katzor, Global Director, Hellman Fashion Logistics.

Mr. Qayser expressed his views on the core competence of local industries in Pakistan who are achieving their goals by a continuous improvement in the supply chain process.
This conference also attempted to bridge the gap between Supply Chain professionals and academia by conducting a panel discussion on this subject and at the end presenting two best case studies selected from the numerous submissions by university students from all across the country at the this prestigious forum. The panel discussion and the university project was both spearheaded by Noman Lutfi, Director Manufacturing, Unilever Pakistan.

Anwaar Nizami, General Secretary SCAP said that after organizing the successful conferences in past, SCAP is proud to have organized this mega conference, which is the first of its kind, largest supply chain gathering in Pakistan. SCAP is an established forum of supply chain professionals and aims to continue engaging professionals to share knowledge and gain useful insight on the emerging supply chain trends and best practices, they further added

Over 300 delegates including CEO’s, Heads & Executives of Supply Chain, Procurement, Production, Logistics, Strategic Planning, Finance, Distribution, Material Management professionals from various industries including FMCG, Pharmaceutical, Retail, Automotive, Telecom, Oil & Gas, etc. attended the day long conference.

About SCAP:

Supply Chain Association of Pakistan (SCAP) is a body of professionals that has been created with the objective to get SCM recognized and adopted as a unique professional field across Pakistan. For more details, please visit: www.scap.pk