WEBINAR:
Achieving Continuous Certainty in your Supply Chain

22 July 2020

Your supply chain is only adding value if it runs on certainty.
Gain insights and explore the key principles to be considered for robust and efficient supply chain design.  

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Business Australia facilitates this informative session with Whale Logistics discussing the importance of businesses reassessing the basics and efficiency of their supply chain in order to continually deliver sustainable results. 

This session aims to help you understand: 

  • Common supply chain and 3PLs errors and how to avoid them. 
  • How to design proactive Vs reactive supply chains. 
  • What the future of supply chains looks like. 

Ryan Cummings

Owner and Managing Director | Whale Logistics

Ryan has over 20 years’ experience and extensive knowledge of both international and domestic supply chain management. He has a comprehensive understanding of strategic planning, an ability to identify critical business drivers and a wealth of logistics experience.

Natalia Simonovic

International Logistics Expert | Whale Logistics

Natalia has more than 10 years of experience in international shipping and logistics. She achieves incredible outcomes for Whale Logistics’ clients and has helped many Australian importers drive strong results by providing effective, sound advice.

The statements, analysis, opinions and conclusions expressed in this Webinar presentation and any related written materials (collectively, the Webinar Materials) are those of Whale Logistics and do not necessarily represent the views of Business Australia. Business Australia expressly disclaims any and all liability arising from or in connection with the access to, participation in, or use of the Webinar Materials by you or any other person. Any advice provided as part of the Webinar Materials will be general business advice and will not constitute financial, legal, taxation, accounting or insolvency advice. Any advice will not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or specific needs. Before acting on any advice, you should consider the appropriateness of the advice having regard to its objectives, financial situation and needs. Before making any decision, it is important for you to consider these matters and to seek appropriate financial, legal, taxation, accounting and other professional advice.