The China Supply Chain Council, Asia's largest professional organization dedicated to supply chain management, recently launched supplychains.in, a newly designed portal designed to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and experience and to deliver fresh, actionable insights for supply chain professionals in the Indian continent.
China and India. Rarely has the economic ascent of two nations been watched with such a mixture of awe, opportunism, and trepidation. What makes the two giants especially powerful is that they complement each other's strengths. China is still relatively dominant in global sourcing and mass manufacturing, India is a rising power in software, design and services outsourcing.
"Supply chain professionals' success grows increasingly dependent on a practical understanding of current local and international supply chain status, methodologies and technologies," said Max Henry, Founder & Executive Director of the Council. "Supplychains.in will offer all companies worldwide the tools and insights they need to keep up with current industry trends and best practices in India."
"It makes sense to us to bring the two together," added Max Henry, "The combined websites will allow all supply chain professionals to get the latest information, knowledge, events and activities on both China and India in a very efficient way!"
Following it success in China, the India Supply Chain Council will strive to be unique fusion of industry experts, manufacturers and retailers working in supply chain management in India, thus differentiating it from other local associations. The India Council will establish a board of leading experts within one month and an office in India in January 2007.
The India Supply Chain Council (ISCC) is a leading professional organization providing an unbiased source of information, training and networking to the supply chain, logistics and manufacturing community in India.
With a community of over 5,000 professionals, the Council aims to be the single point of reference and the center for supply chain knowledge, resources and contacts in India.
As a significant link and resource to this dynamic industry, the Council will play a key role in facilitating information exchange and collaboration efforts through its many educational workgroups, seminars, trainings, conferences, benchmarking, progressive research, industry news and market intelligence.