Inter-Chamber WEBINAR: Cracking Supply Chains

Dear members,

 

The BLCCJ – together with 8 other Asian BeLux Chambers of Commerce – has the pleasure to invite you to a next joint webinar:

 

Cracking Supply Chains
Rebuilding or reinforcing? Learnings from COVID-19

 

In this interactive multi-country webinar we have 3 experts investigate the cracks that have shown in Supply Chains in the last few months under Covid-19. Together with participants we zoom in on the learnings, present the current status from a transporter point of view, and provide a wrap-up with tips going forward.

What were the contingencies already in place to prevent the worst cracks? What transportation options are now available to suppliers & manufacturers? And how can we take the learnings of the last few months to reimagine and reinforce our Supply Chains?

 

Join participants dialing in from 9 different countries in this Asian multi-Chamber webinar for answers to these questions and many more insights from our experts Paul Melkebeke (Samsonite), Ingrid Sidiadinoto (UPS) & Renaud Anjoran (Sofeast) – biographies in attachment.

 

This webinar will be held in ZOOM so we can use the breakout room function during short interactive networking & discussion among participants on 2 questions put forward by our experts.

 

The 9 countries represented are Myanmar, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Hong Kong, China & Japan.

 

EVENT DETAILS:
Wednesday 15 July
19:00-20:15 Jap time
In English
Free of charge
Members-only

If you are interested, please send an email to info@blccj.or.jp by July 15 noon, and we will confirm your registration.

If your registration is accepted, you will receive an email with a ZOOM invitation link and password on the day of the event (July 15).

 

We hope that we can welcome a full house for this high-level webinar!

 

The BLCCJ office

07/15/2020
19:00-20:15
Online (Zoom)
Admission:   Free
Open to:    Members only / 会員限定
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