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ISMM to hold joint seminar with Ceylon Chamber Imports Section

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The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Institute of Supply and Materials Management has organised a joint seminar on ‘Why Supply Chain is considered key to profitability’ on 24 January at the Auditorium of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce at Nawam Mawatha from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The Resource Persons are Janashakthi Insurance PLC Director CEO Jude Fernando and Insee Cement Procurement and Logistics Director Tusith Gunawarnasuriya.

The panellists are Ceylon Chamber of Commerce Immediate Past Chairman of the Import Section Dinesh De Silva and LAUGFS Holdings Ltd. Director, Group Head of Supply Chain Danesha Perera.The topic would be of special interest to senior level managers, material managers, finance and accounts professionals, inventory control professionals, and warehouse and logistics professionals.

As accommodation is limited, those interested are requested to register immediately with the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce at Nawam Mawatha, Colombo 2 or ISMM at the O.P.A Building at Prof. Stanley Wijesundera Mawatha, Colombo 7.

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