Supply Chain Asia Annual Forum 2009 in Singapore

Supply Chain Asia Annual Forum 2009 in Singapore is a huge success with a talk on Green Supply Chain by Vivek Sood of Global Supply Chain Group

Sharing the stage were senior executives and thought leaders from various walks of life: Mr. Vivek Sood – Managing Director of Globaal Supply Chain Group, Peter O’Brien – Head, Asia Pacific Distribution & Supply Chain Practices, Russell Reynolds Associates, and Associate Professor Mark Goh – Director, Industry Research, The Logistics Institute Asia Pacific. The topic was Green Supply Chains – an topic on which Mr. Sood had recently written a book. The venue was the Annual Forum of Supply Chain Asia in 2009 at Sheraton Hotel in Singapore. Panel discussion was very informative and audience was passionately engaged in the discussion. Mr. Sood pointed out that “Greenwashing is giving a bad name to attempts of multi-national corporations to create Green Supply Chains. Any corporations can be completely carbon neutral. All it has to do is outsource every carbon producing activity to third parties.” This further encouraged an end-to-end supply chain sustainability discussion among the audience who wanted to know what is the best way to get started and to sustain momentum. Mr. Sood indicated that the book GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN – AN ACTION MANIFESTO covered precisely this detail and was going to be released soon world-wide by its publishers – John Wiley and Sons.

About Global Supply Chain Group:

Global Supply Chain Group is pro-active in creating, configuring, and formulating effective, secure and sustainable supply chains around the world. With a collective supply chain experience of more than 120 years, the senior team in Global Supply Chain Group has worked on more than 100 blue chip projects on all continents adding in excess of $1.5 Billion in value to their clients’ businesses. Large corporations rely on Global Supply Chain Group to deliver outstanding results in their supply chain strategy, supply chain sustainability, supply chain security and supply chain performance. Global Supply Chain Group works very closely, and sometimes anonymously, with the senior executive teams of large corporations to help them win outstanding Global Supply Chain Advantage through: [list icon=”icon: chevron-right” icon_color=”#37c6f5″]

  • Supply Chain Transformations and Design,
  • Supply Chain Strategies and Execution,
  • Supply Chain Infrastructure and Efficiency,
  • Supply Chain Information technology and Integration
  • Supply Chain Processes and Personnel

No matter what your supply chain issues or questions are, it is worth while reaching out and making a connection with us on www.GlobalSCGroup.com

Contact Details:

Global Supply Chain Group 102/621 Pacific Hwy St Leonards NSW 2065 Australia Telephone +61 2 8920 0694 Fax +61 2 8920 0689 Email: info@globalscgroup.com Web: www.GlobalSCGroup.com

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  • Go Green says:

    The very important topic raised in the “Supply Chain Asia Annual Forum 2009 In Singapore” If we think to go green, we should stop greenwashing first. I’m happy that this topic raised on the international level.

  • Remington says:

    Thanks for sharing the insights of Supply Chain Asia Annual Forum held in Singapore. I am glad to read about the popularity of green supply chain and green industry research. People are now more aware of the importance of green technologies and green industrial production trends. All the industries must consider bringing home the green industrial manufacturing concepts and ideas.

  • Jassica says:

    These days, carbon neutrality is becoming equally popular among both at business and industry level. I agree with your thought that every nation can become carbon neutral if they outsource their carbon-producing activities to other parties. I think the industries can also survive by adopting the same outsourcing strategies at minor and major levels. At the same time, the industry and business executive can also survive by adopting a green supply chain and management approaches.

  • Ella Waylon says:

    Good article Vivek. While there is so much to discuss and consider about green supply chain, I would like to say that the only hurdle in the path of green supply chain acceptance is the reluctance of executives and stakeholders. There is also an absence of consultancy services from the experts. Most of the executives are not willing to acquire such services as they are not willing to leave behind the conventional methods of production and supply chain.

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