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ASCI joins apicsAU community

Thursday, 21 May 2015 ( #719 ) - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Ron Beckett, chairman of the ASCI board.
The Alliance for Supply Chain Innovation (ASCI) will join the apicsAU (Australasian Production and Inventory Control Society) Professional Supply Chain Community in order to build on recent collaboration between the two organisations and to further stimulate industry-driven projects.

Ron Beckett, chairman of the ASCI board, says the move will enhance opportunities to undertake applied industry-focused studies for participating researchers and institutions and "address the real challenges that exist in the supply chain today".

Darryll Davies, chair of the apicsAU board, says the announcement confirms the potential synergy that exists between various professional supply chain organisations in Australia.
"This model enhances member value beyond that which is typically possible by individual bodies. It is an excellent example of how I see the development and growth of the apicsAU Professional Supply Chain Community."

Last week, apicsAU president Pieter Nagel confirmed that his association will integrate "certain components of (now-defunct LAA’s) offering into the community of apicsAU".
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