TNETS was honoured to participate in Logisym 2015, held last week at NUS, and organised by the Logistics and Supply Chain Management Society (LSCM).
Logisym, now in its second year, brings together a diverse range of logistics practitioners, from 3PLs, shippers, and other service providers, through to academics and government institutions.
Aside from participating as cornerstone exhibitor, TNETS was also represented on the speakers’ podium by Neil Johnson, TNETS founder and board member.
Neil shared some recent findings on speeding up payments within the global supply chain and discussed some of the innovations that TNETS is bringing to importers and exporters in Singapore to help reduce cycle time, speed up cashflow or take advantage of Free Trade Agreements.
The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society is the regional professional body for Logistics practitioners.
Practically all areas of the Logistics spectrum are represented in the Society. Shippers, Freight Forwarders, Academics, Students, Carriers, Personal Effects Movers and other individuals and organisations form our core. With an emphasis on commercial experience and expertise we are the lead platform for the development of Logistics in the region and work with our members, government, organisations and professionals in raising the profile and expertise through a range of activities.
Like most professional bodies, the Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society emphasises a commitment to ongoing education and encourages performance consistent with a generally agreed body of knowledge or standards. Members of our Society are recognised as members of a professional body through the work we continue to perform.
The L&SCMS has the proven history, framework, value for money and strategic reach to make it the right choice for you.
The Society was formed by Logistics professionals with the following objectives :-
- To promote professional development of Logistics and Supply Chain Management;
- To serve as a resource centre for its members and parties interested in Logistics and Supply Chain Management;
- To serve as a resource centre and focal point that demonstrably
reinforces Singapore as a regional Logistics and trans-shipment hub; and
- To advance, study and disseminate techniques and applications on Logistics and Supply Chain Management.