Background

Supply Chain Asia (SCA) was founded in 2005 by Paul Lim as a networking platform to bring supply chain and logistics professionals to network, make friends and learn from each other.

Over the years, the community grew in numbers and focus. In 2011, with the support from the Economic Development Board (EDB) of Singapore under its International Not For Profit (IOPO) scheme, it was formally registered as a not-for-profit professional body. provided funding support for SCA.

The following are the various sub-committees in Supply Chain Asia:

Thrusts and Focus

The three main focus of SCA is connecting people from various sectors of the industry, encouraging communication amongst professionals and creating opportunities for collaborations. The four main pillars of the organisations are professional development, events, digital publication and memberships.

SCA holds various events annually to provide networking and learning opportunities for the community. The organisation also provides training courses in the area of logistics and SCM, equipping attendees with skills that are applicable to the real working scenarios in the industry. As for membership, SCA aims to develop a close-knit community that continues to better itself by leveraging SCA’s platform and services.

SCA publish an annual magazine that is available during its annual Awards celebration.