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Supply-chain alliance for S and SE Asia founded in Kunming
Yunnan Gateway 2020-07-31 16:00:26

The Global Supply-Chain Alliance for South and Southeast Asia was founded in Kunming, Yunnan province on July 27, when a training session on supply-chain services was concurrently held.

Representatives from over 70 logistic firms, business associations and universities, attended the training. And the major founding members of the alliance involve the Yunnan Baoxiang Logistics Group, Yunnan Jiantou Logistics Company, and Yunnan Yuntianhua United Commerce, and others.

The training focused on company classifications and evaluation indicators for the supply-chain service, which were released in May by China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing. Lecturers at the session also spoke of digitalization of supply chains and the supply-chain modeling that helps enterprises in competitiveness.

A total of eight Yunnan enterprises have piloted supply-chain innovation and application since 2018, and the practice was praised by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, said an official with Yunnan Provincial Department of Commerce. 

Reporting by Han Chengyuan and Li Hengqiang (Yunnan Daily); trans-editing by Wang Shixue

 
 
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