SUPPLY-CHAIN COUNCIL RUNS BENCHMARK STUDY IN ASIA
The Singapore chapter of the Supply-Chain Council is conducting what it described as Southeast Asia’s first benchmark study on supply chain management practices.
The four-month study began in June and is led by the Gintic Institute of Manufacturing Technology’s Supply-Chain Management Center, which administers the Singapore chapter.
The Singapore chapter, or local forum, of the council was established in February to serve member companies located in that part of the world.
The headquarters of the Supply-Chain Council is in Pittsburgh, Pa.