Conference underlines innovation in the supply chain

Conference underlines innovation in the supply chain

From web-based collaboration training tools to cloud-based freight management systems, and from the role of social media in talent search and attraction to road safety improvement via automatic fatigue detection tools, the recently concluded Supply Chain 2020 Conference and Exhibition in Melbourne has highlighted the vast range of innovative products, services and management practices that supply chain professionals can and must use every day to stay in front.

The two-day conference covered the major issues facing supply chain practitioners in five distinct streams: Environmental responsibility & sustainability; Compliance and chain of responsibility; Technology; Safety & health; and Knowledge sharing.

The opening breakfast session provided participants with a challenging opportunity to discover the benefits of collaboration and attempt to

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