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13th anniversary for supply chain conference

Thursday, 19 Apr 2012 ( #561 ) - Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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Vince Aisthorpe, chairman, Queensland Supply Chain & Logistics Conference.
The Queensland Supply Chain and Logistics Conference celebrates its 13th anniversary on 23-24 August in Brisbane this year.

With over 300 delegates expected to attend and a theme of "Five steps to supply chain success", the conference is ideally suited for supply chain, logistics, transport and procurement professionals and practitioners.

The program includes presentations from both Australian and overseas speakers as well as the 2012 SCL Awards, the Supply Chain Summit and the annual charity dinner.

The conference is organised by the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia, (SCLAA) the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP), QUT School of International Business, CIPS Australia, the Australasian Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) and the South East Queensland Procurement Network group.
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