CIPS recognises supply chain excellence in Ghana

By Nye Longman
At its annual Dinner and Awards Night on Saturday, January 9, 2016, the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) will be recognising the e...

At its annual Dinner and Awards Night on Saturday, January 9, 2016, the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) will be recognising the endeavours of a hosts of companies which have been working tirelessly to raise standards across the country.

Our sister publication, African Business Review, originally covered this story

The theme of the event will focus on how procurement and supply chain professionals have raised their game towards assisting the country towards national development. Noted supply chain expert Professor Douglas Boateng will be in attendance as the special guest of honour.

Notable attendees include MTN, Graphic Communications Group and the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority; it has been rumoured that they will be receiving honours in the Industry Awards category.

CIPS is dedicated to promoting best practice in supply chains across the world and provides a programme of continuous improvement in standards, highlighting the importance of purchasing and supply, both regionally and globally.

The objective of CIPS work in Ghana is to make a positive impact on the Ghanaian economy through the application of these standards in supply chain processes.

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SOURCE: [Graphic; African Business Review]

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