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Chemical Logistics & SCM World Australasia 2004
Sydney, Australia - 10th to 12th August 2004
Conference / congress

This conference allows opportunities for: Optimising supply chain and logistics management in the chemical industry; Turning your supply chain and logistics functions into a competitive advantage; and, Finding innovative ways to achieve efficiency gains and bottom line benefits

The speaker list includes industry leaders such as:

Joe Chernay, Vice President, Business Services of Bayer Chemicals (USA)
Rose Webb of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
Alan Dy, Head of Regional SCM, Novaris Healthcare, Phillipines
Robert De Souza, Executive Direcor, The logisitcs Institute, Asia Pacific name just a few

10th to 12th August 2004

Four Points Sheraton

Contact for booking / more info:
61 2 9005 0777

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