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Logistic expo starts in City   2011-06-04 - VNS

The two-day second Viet Nam Logistics and Supply Chain Exhibition and Conference (Viet Nam Logso) started in HCM City yesterday, featuring more than 55 worldwide and local exhibitors.

Nguyen Thi Xuan Oanh, LogSo account manager, said LogSo helped industry businesses streamline their operations and improve supply chain visibility, maximise operation efficiency and flexibility, cut costs and reduce their carbon footprint.

Exhibitors showcase 200 innovative solutions over a total area of more than 3,000 square metres.

The event has also seen participation of 80 supply chain experts.

The conference and exhibition drew more than 11,000 visitors, featured exhibits and discussions on information technology, logistics, warehouse management and transportation network planning.

Business consultancy meetings were held on demand and on a one-on-one basis.

The conference assits managers with insight in building supply chains that are both agile enough to fulfill the demand of the market yet sustainable enough to survive.

The workshops provide companies, especially SMEs, with solid understanding about supply chain operation and management.

Major topics at the conference include new technology and solutions in the industry and the upcoming trends in supply chain management.

A VIP CEO Exchange for leading CEOs gives them opportunities for sharing and will exchange best practices to weather the economic storm.

The Leading Supply Chain Evolution Award is an annual programme organised by the Viet Nam Supply Chain Insight to celebrate supply chain-solution providers, as well as projects and managers for their contributions to Viet Nam ‘s supply chain development.

Last year's exhibition welcomed 35 exhibitors with 80 solutions offered. More than 5,000 visitors came to the event.

Transactions worth US$300,000 were signed, and two contracts worth more than $3 million are still under negotiation.



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