SCMAP poises itself for 2018 with a slate of events designed to bring together supply chain stakeholders in an effort to connect major players, engage in meaningful initiatives, and ultimately move the country’s supply chain industry.
SCMAP wrapped up 2017 the way it only can – with a Christmas fellowship filed with games, gifts and fun for all.
SCMAP Perspective is our fortnightly column on PortCalls, tackling the latest developments in the supply chain industry, as well as updates from within SCMAP. On this column, we look at the possibilities offered by the cashless economy through a day tapping for everything in Hong Kong.
Current SCMAP vice president Christine Pardiñas will assume the presidency of the organization from 2019 to 2020, succeeding current president Nestor Felicio, whose term concludes at the end of 2018.
SCMAP Perspective is our fortnightly column on PortCalls, tackling the latest developments in the supply chain industry, as well as updates from within SCMAP. On this column, Henrik Batallones argues for the kind of infrastructure the country needs more urgently.
SCMAP North Luzon’s General Membership Meeting originally scheduled for 29 November has been postponed due to issues with the venue. We apologize for any inconvenience. We will keep you posted in coming days for any other updates regarding the event.
Update: The SCMAP North Luzon General Membership Meeting has been postponed. Further updates will be made as details are confirmed. Original post continues below.
SCMAP has elected for continuity as it reelects most of the current SCMAP Board of Directors to continue their roles into 2018.