Global Supply Chain Management Programme

Led by distinguished faculty, SMU Professor Shantanu Bhattacharya, this programme aims to capture, share and apply learning from global supply chain networks.

Guiding participants through the complexity and uncertainty of the modern supply network and the operational experiences of Asia, they explore the development of supply network resilience. They will also lead discussions on the future of global supply-chain networks as trade-balances, currencies and R&D hubs shift, culminating in a realistic simulation of an Asia-focused cost effective, resource-sensitive, and flexible supply chain.

Singaporeans who are planning to enrol in or are successfully enrolled in this course should concurrently apply for the SkillsFuture Study Awards for Internationalisation.

Recipients of the Study Award will receive a monetary award of $5,000 to defray the out-of-pocket expenses associated with the course.

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Green Freight Asia Forum 2017

The GFA 2017 Annual Forum this year highlights proven Green Freight Technologies. Industry experts will share their knowledge, experiences and ideas in advancing sustainable road freight in Asia Pacific. This forum is also organised to bring together sustainability leaders, the academe, and the public sector to discuss key issues and foster learning, inspiration and collaboration.

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Manufacturing Solutions Expo 2017

Manufacturing Solutions Expo 2017 is an annual one-stop exhibition platform for products and solutions providers to showcase innovative solutions, cost effective technologies and products to improve business productivity and efficiency within and beyond manufacturing industries.

Organised by Singapore Manufacturing Federation and SPHERE Exhibits Pte Ltd, this premier trade exhibition provides abundant opportunities to meet, network and discuss business through the on-ground activities.

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