Smart technology helped SA weather double supply chain whammy
Much of the success achieved by supply chain professionals over the past 18 months can be attributed in large measure to their willingness to embrace smart supply chain technology.
Skills shortage in production scheduling
The SA problem of balancing scheduler's talent needs with scheduling complexity.
In memoriam of Reuben Badana
Badana, a pillar of the SAPICS community, succumbed to a long illness last week.
Zetes showcases supply chain tech
The 34th SAPICS conference provided the platform for Zetes SA to launch new products.
SAPICS honours Bytes instructor
Bytes People Solutions instructor Gerald Verreyne is named SAPICS Instructor of the Year at the Supply Chain Education Excellence Awards.
Anti-corruption guru to speak at Sapics conference
Patrick Lumumba, from the Kenyan Anti-Corruption Commission, will address the 34th Annual Conference and Exhibition in June.
Ultimate supply chain game starts afresh
The Fresh Connection simulation game engages participants in making strategic decisions to save a fictional company from financial ruin.
Logistics of growing the future today
SAPICS and Volition Consulting Services participated in the National Corporate Blitz Build Project, staged by Habitat for Humanity SA.
'Mafia Offer' to benefit supply chain
Dr Lisa Lang, president of the Science of Business, will explore this topic at the Sapics Annual Conference.
SAPICS director shares insights
Colin Seftel has been asked to present at Smart Conference, Australia's upcoming supply chain conference.
Greening the supply chain
Imperial Logistics reveals the importance of implementing energy efficiency practices in the supply chain process.