Supply chain partnership with Vietnam


The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) has signed a cooperative agreement with the Vietnam Supply Chain Community (VSC) – a first of-its-kind in this region.

“The agreement with VSC will provide a platform for an exchange of information, networking amongst members, including international visits, education and professional development for members,” said Mr David Rogers, National Chairman of the SCLAA.

“The Board and National Executive of the SCLAA see this as further support we can offer our national partners, Mr Rogers said.

“The SCLAA and VSC both run professional events and manage resources that provide value to partners and members. “Members and collaborative partners from both associations stand to benefit from this initiative.”

Ms Quyen Nguyen, Director of VSC said: “With its large geography, Australia is a place that has developed best practices in Supply Chain Management and Logistics. This initiative will provide enhanced knowledge to our members in Vietnam and South East Asia. It is highly commendable that these two national associations have committed to be each other's partners.”

The Vietnam Supply Chain Community represents leading companies who view their value chains as a critical driver of shareholder value and competitiveness in Asia.

The Community supports members through a series of educational events and networking activities, special interest groups, online research, recruitment platform, directory, magazine and various online resources.

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