IPDC Finance Limited, is going to organise Supply Chain Excellence Award (BSCEA) 2019 in association with Bangladesh Supply Chain Management Society (BSCMS) following its massive success in 2018.
Bangladesh Supply Chain Excellence Awards (BSCEA) recognizes outstanding individual and organizational contributions in advancement of Supply chain knowledge and practices across the industries in Bangladesh.
International Supply Chain Education Alliance (ISCEA), Bangladesh will be the knowledge partner for the event. Awardees, just like the previous year will be recognized on the basis of their high impact contribution during 2018 in various areas of Supply Chain Management in Manufacturing and Service Organizations.
In a press briefing at Pan pacific Sonargaon Hotel, Managing Director and CEO of IPDC Finance Mominul Islam, said, “We have always believed in mutually beneficial partnerships to leverage activity, experience and resource and to propagate and accredit the best practices in Supply Chain Management across industries that promote collaboration, we have taken the initiative, as of yet again.” Islam also emphasized that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) would flourish and employment generation would accelerate if banks and non-bank financial institutions adequately finance the logistic networks.
Corporate Affairs Director and President of Bangladesh Supply Chain Management Society (BSCMS) Naquib Khan said, “The success of any business, amid fierce competition and global challenges, is inextricably linked to the performance of its supply chain.”
Ejazur Rahman, CEO-Asia, International Supply Chain Education Alliance (ISCEA) said, “SCM is important because it increases competitiveness and customer satisfaction. In this day and age, SCM plays an integral part of a firm’s success. Efficiently running supply chains allow firms to quickly deliver products to the end-user for a low cost.”
The award will be given in 11 different categories including Supply chain collaboration and partnering, Supply chain talent development, Manufacturing excellence, Supply chain finance management, Logistics and transportation management, Customer service, Warehousing and distribution, Supply chain planning process, Technology as supply chain enabler, Supply chain sustainability, Young supply chain talent of the year, and Supply chain professional of the year.
A jury panel will select 25 best cases (seven individuals and nine local and nine multinational corporations) as winners. The awarding ceremony will be held at International Convention City Bashundhara on November 28.
IPDC and BSCMS signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to continue organising the award programme for the next five years.