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Supply Chain 2020
Melbourne, Australia - 20th and 21st July 2010
Exhibition / trade show

Supply Chain 2020 is an exhibition accompanied by interactive and educational seminars for supply chain & logistic managers to source new products and solutions in line with best practice in supply chain management.

Interpoint Events, organizers of the Sydney Smart Supply Chain Technology Show, at smart brings a new event to Melbourne in 2010. As businesses look towards recovery in a still challenging economic climate supply chain management has never proved more critical.

“As Australia works towards putting itself back on the path to sustained growth, executives must tightly manage their operations to ensure a speedier return to prosperity.” - Christine Christian, CEO, Dun & Bradstreet.

Supply Chain 2020 will look at the future of supply & logistics with a focus on key competitive issues and best practices.

20th and 21st July 2010

Melbourne Park Function Centre Melbourne & Olympic Parks

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