Annual SCAP conference to be held in Karachi

By Freddie Pierce
Follow @SamJermy Follow @SupplyChainD Supply Chain Association of Pakistan (SCAP) is organising a 2-day mega Supply Chain Conference (SCC 2014), exhib...


Supply Chain Association of Pakistan (SCAP) is organising a 2-day mega Supply Chain Conference (SCC 2014), exhibition and training session at the Movenpick Hotel in Karachi on May 13 and 14. 

In a joint statement, M Qaysar Alam, President SCAP and Anwaar Nizami, General Secretary SCAP and National Manager Contract Logistics for Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Pakistan, said that after organising the successful conferences, SCAP is organising this mega conference, which will be first of its kind with the largest supply chain gathering in Pakistan. 

They said that SCAP is well established forum of supply chain professionals and keeps engaging people to share knowledge and gain useful insight on the emerging supply chain trends and best practices. There will be a gathering of over 300 delegates including CEO's, Heads & Executives of Supply Chain, Procurement, Production, Logistics, Strategic Planning, Finance, Distribution, Material Management professionals from different industries like FMCG, Pharmaceutical, Retail, Automotive, Telecom, Oil & Gas etc will attend the two day long conference.

Presentation of Best Study paper selected through a competition among nationwide universities will also be part of this Mega event. On the second day, May 14th, two Master classes are scheduled.




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