Supply Chain Management training kicks off

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KARACHI: Supply Chain Capacity Development Initiative (SCCDi) has been launched in Karachi to raise the bar for quality of supply chain training by in Pakistan.

SCCDi is a professional training and consultancy firm focused on Supply Chain Management and allied subjects. It has a vision of changing the supply chain landscape of Pakistan by way of changing corporate mindset and training manpower for more efficient supply-chain management. Engro Foods, L’Oreal, PSO, Tetley Clover Pakistan, Agility, Lotte, Master Motors, Philip Morris, Reckitt Benkiser, IBA, PIM etc attended the event.

Qayser Alam President of Supply Chain Association of Pakistan supported the initiative taken by SCCDi and emphasised population of almost 200 million severely lacked in professional training and there was tremendous room for improvement. Younus Siddiqui founder and CEO of SCCDi said, “We aim to become the leading source of supply chain training in the region and will strive to be recognised in the industry as the benchmark of supply chain certification.” staff report


Courtesy: The News

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