Lean Supply Chain Management, 3-4 July 2008, Parramatta

Lean Supply Chain Management, a two-day course supported by the Australasian Production and Inventory Control Society (apics), will provide information on how to optimise logistics solutions such as Lean, S&OP and MRPII.

The interactive course, presented by Bill Belt and Phil Heenan, will offer practical principles and case studies that demonstrate improvements achieved by implementing Lean, S&OP and MRPII.

The topics to be discussed include creating a high-performance supply chain, managing variable demand, improving supplier performance, reducing inventory while ensuring excellent customer service, and implementing tools to improve reliability and coordination.

Companies and organisations hoping to learn how to implement and benefit from Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRPII/ERP) and Lean Thinking are recommended to register.

For more information on registration,

please visit www.apics.org.au.

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