The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) announced today that they have signed a cooperative agreement with the Global Supply Chain Council (GSCC); a first of-its-kind in the region.
The GSCC, based in China, has members all over Asia.
“The agreement with GSCC will provide a platform for networking amongst members, including international visits and education and professional development of members,” said SCLAA national chairman, David Rogers.
“The SCLAA see this as further support we can offer our members in key global markets they operate. The SCLAA and GSCC both run professional events and manage resources that provide value to members.
“Members and collaborative partners from both associations stand to benefit from this initiative.”
According to Max Henry, Founder and executive director of GSCC, Australia is a place that has developed best practices in SCM and logistics because of its large geographic size.
“This initiative will provide enhanced knowledge to our members in Asia. It is highly commendable that these two national associations have committed to be each other’s partners,” Henry said.
The Global Supply Chain Council represents leading companies who view their value chains as a critical driver of shareholder value and competitiveness in Asia.