KARACHI : Supply chain is the core of corporate success and profit maximisation for concerned companies is possible by implementing an affective supply chain management process’, said Qayser Alam, President Supply Chain Association of Pakistan (SCAP). He expressed these views at a 2-days mega supply chain conference, exhibition and training session held at local hotel in Karachi. The theme of the conference was “Supply Chain – A True Business Partner A Real Game Changer”. Qayser highlighted the core competence of local industries in Pakistan who are achieving their goals by a continuous improvement in the supply chain process. 
Anwaar Nizami, General Secretary SCAP said this mega event is the first of its kind. SCAP aims to continue engaging professionals to share knowledge and gain useful insight on the emerging supply chain.
The conference also attempted to bridge the gap between supply chain professionals and academia by conducting a panel discussion on this subject and at the end presenting two best case studies selected from the numerous submissions by university students from all across the country.
The panel discussion and the university project was both spearheaded by Noman Lutfi, Director Manufacturing, Unilever Pakistan.
Sarfaraz A. Rehman, CEO, Engro Foods; Jehanzeb Khan, CEO, AkzoNobel Pakistan and Torsten Katzor, Global Director, Hellman Fashion Logistics and more than 300 professional from the industry attended the day-long conference.