Supply chain standards event surpasses all records

Supply chain standards event surpasses all records

GS1 Supply Chain Week 2012 opened with a record breaking number of delegates on Monday 10 September.

Supported by industry and hosted by GS1 Australia, the not-for-profit supply chain standards and services organisation, Supply Chain Week is an annual opportunity for supply chain professionals and business owners to explore how global standards can help businesses drive efficiencies and reduce costs in the face of today

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