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1. What do you consider the largest Risk for your company?

2. What are the Risk Mitigation Strategies you apply?



This event is open for all professionals interested or currently working in Starups in Hanoi, or supply chai professionals in Hanoi, or who are interested in looking for business collaboration for U.S. market through meeting with a delegation of Baylor University (U.S.), Executive Master Program.



Manage DC daily operation activities at warehouse facility. To ensure strict execution of the SOP and meet KPIs.


Establish close relationships with regional/country BPs to ensure actual / future knowledge of demand and service quality; build and maintain solid understanding of respective business needs


Involved in carry out, application and maintenance of the company processing system.


Thu - 16/4/2015 @ 07:00

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Following the success of the World Supply Chain Day since 2008, the Vietnam Supply Chain Community are pleased to announce that Vietnam Supply Chain Day will take place on April 16th, 2015. The Theme of 2015 Vietnam Supply Chain Day is:  “Supply Chain - The Key Enabler”.


Last year in Germany alone, more than 650 companies participated and organized more than 400 events in which companies are opening their doors so that interested participants can get 1st hand experience about the fascinating world of Supply Chain. Held under the umbrella of the European Logistics Association (ELA) & BVL, VSC, as the Vietnam’s nominated member association within the ELA, will once again be the primary contact point for all Vietnam-based Supply Chain Day activities.


Dr. Eckart Dutz, Co-Founder of Vietnam Supply Chain, states: ‘Vietnam Supply Chain Day is a great opportunity to promote our profession across Vietnam and VSC look forward to working with all who wish to be involved in this exciting Vietnam development.’


The Vietnam Supply Chain Day is a unique and exciting opportunity to raise awareness of the logistics and supply chain profession and Vietnam Supply Chain encourage all levels of participation in this event.


A variety of events will take place this year including open days, topical debates, visits to schools and colleges, as well as promotional video content and blog posts highlighting the opportunities in the logistics and supply chain profession.


For registering your actitivies, discussing the opportunities to support and be engaged with the Vietnam Supply Chain Day at your organisations, please help contact and share us your ideas with Ms. Quyen Nguyen, Co-Founder info@vietnamsupplychain.com


For further information about Vietnam Supply Chain Day, visit the VSC website: www.vietnamsupplychain.com



Happy Supply Chain Day!


April 16th’s Vietnam Supply Chain Day where over 100 companies in the fields of industry, trade and services, and research institutes will open their doors for interested visitors. Companies and visitors get the chance to discuss the tremendous influence logistics and supply chain has on our everyday lives and the economy.


Can you imagine a day without logistics?

A day without logistics is no longer possible in this day and age. Here’s how I think the day would pan out without logistics.

It’s 8am and you’re hungry. But you’d have to do without your breakfast roll or toast because without functioning supply chains, bakers or supermarkets would not be able to offer baked goods. Even reaching for a cup of coffee would be in vain. Without finely-tuned logistics, it would be impossible for the coffee beans to travel from Central America over the ocean, to the roasting site and finally to our supermarket shelves.

You’re already frustrated without breakfast, and the next nasty surprise waits for you as you arrive at the train station to get to work. Without complex logistics – which provides the schedule for trains, the underground and trains would also arrive hopelessly late; that is, if they even come at all.

However, if you manage to make it to work, you’re up against new challenges. Printing won’t be possible, because paper could not be delivered. Ordered office supplies, too, would not arrive, because parcel services are also not able to function without logistics. To drown your anger in coffee is also pointless in this situation – the coffee beans still haven’t managed to make it across the ocean!


Not the beer!

If you were hoping to unwind at a movie once you finished work, you thought wrong. At the cinema, the screen remains black, because the film reels could not be delivered. For nostalgic reasons, it was decided to have an analogue cinema with “real” films instead of digital preserves.

If you had been longing for a nice cold, beer as consolation, you’re out of luck again. Exactly like the coffee beans, the bottles of beer also could not make it from the brewery to our supermarket shelves. Hitting the bed would now be a good option… but if only the eiderdowns had come back in good time from the laundry.

So, the only remaining option is to stay awake until the day without logistics is over!

But enough about me.


Learn more about Vietnam Supply Chain Day and the companies and institutions that are taking part in the celebration.








Nec-Tokin Electronics Viet Nam


Area A5-A6, Long Binh Techno Park (LOTECO) EPZ, Bien hoa, Dong Nai



Nec Tokin is a Japanese Multinational provider of information technology (IT) services and products, with its headquarters in Minato, Tokyo, Japan. NEC provides information technology and network solutions to business enterprises, communications services providers and to government agencies. The company was known as the Nippon Electric Company, limited, before rebranding in 1983 as just NEC. Its NEC Semiconductors business unit was one of the worldwide top 20 semiconductor sales leaders before merging it with Renesas Electronics. NEC is a member of the Sumitomo Group 




Coat Phong Phu Viet Nam


Tang Nhon Phu B ward, District 9, Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam







RMIT Vietnam


Activity 1: 9:00 - 10:30, 2.4.03- RMIT Saigon South Campus


Topic: "Distribution channel in FMCG is empowered by a cloud-based DMS"

Information technology (IT) is obviously a critical driver for economy development and growth in most of countries in the world in the 21st century. The technology has been significantly changing the way people live, work, study and enjoy their life. We all witness new waves of technology trends in life since the last few years. They are Cloud Computing, Social Network, Mobility, Big Data and Internet of Things (IoT). The technology trends have been greatly impacting to both life and business which is driven by innovation and leading-edge technology to be the industry leader.

Vietnam is one of most dynamic and fastest growing economy in the Asian region in recent years and an adoption of new technology in business such as cloud computing, mobility, social network, etc. is rapidly increasing in various business sectors in the last five years. Cloud adoption in general and cloud ERP (enterprise resource planning) adoption in particular have been well growing in Vietnam, especially in retail and distribution sector. According to a recent Cloud Research Report from KPMG (2014), top two drivers business are using cloud to drive business transformation in 2014 are cost effectiveness (49% ) and increase efficiency and performance of mobile workforce (42%). In addition, cloud ERP significantly helps business go to the market faster (agility) and expand their business faster and more efficiently (scalability).


Speaker: Nguyen Chi Duc, Regional Director, Indochina, Acumatica

Duc is a senior management of a US-based cloud ERP, Acumatica, in Indochina region. He has been providing cloud computing services (including Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), managed services and cloud ERP application) since 2011.

Before moving to cloud computing service, he had over 8 years of leadership in multinational companies to provide legacy enterprise management solutions including CRM, ERP, Project Management and Business Intelligence (BI) (e.g. Oracle Primavera, Exact Software and Microsoft Dynamics) in retail, distribution, supply chain and manufacturing sectors in Vietnam. Prior to his leadership roles in several ERP service providers, he was a senior management and technology consultant in a few international auditing firms (Arthur Andersen and KPMG) for several years. 

Duc is a Co-Founder and Vice President of CIO Vietnam Group for several years. Duc was also a lecturer for Master Project Management (MPM) Program and a member of Industry Advisory Board and MBA Program at RMIT University in Vietnam.

Duc obtained an MBA degree from RMIT International University Vietnam besides his Diploma of Foreign Trade at the Economics University of HCMC. He is a guest speaker and industry moderator in various cloud computing, ERP and supply chain events in Vietnam. 


Activity 2: 10:30 - 12:00, Open class

RMIT will have an open class covering distribution management.  The class will be held in a computer lab room and will include interactive exercises regarding the decisions and functions of a person accepting the responsibilities of distribution planning. The location of this event will be in RMIT's new building (Bldg-2) on the 4th floor room number- 03. Anyone interested in seeing joining our students in understanding general warehouse activities and decisions are welcoming to join. RMIT will combine some student research with an award ceremony.

What: Distribution Management- Planning and Responcibilities
Who:  RMIT Lecturer- Axel Marrocco
Where: 2.4.03- RMIT Saigon South Campus (​702 Nguyễn Văn Linh Blvd., District 7)
When: 10:30-12:00 AM
RMIT University Vietnam is an Asian campus of Melbourne-based University RMIT. RMIT Vietnam offers programs from business and management to design and micro engineering, and boasts an impressive range of extra-curricular activities that encourage students to break new ground in their areas of interest. Read on to see how we keep our University running like the high powered engine of ingenuity that it is.



Fill in registration form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1tlMgK6sIba-Ui8lW3q-KcWMFjihLaxXoJ-zHHFMgUj8/viewform


Eastern International University (EIU)


Nam Ky Khoi Nghia street, Binh Duong New township of Industry, Service and Residence, Viet Nam



Currently, Eastern International University has 6 majors at bachelor degree: Business Administration, Nursing, Automobiles and Technology, Electronics & Electricity Engineering Technology, Media and Computer Network, Software Techniques. By 2020, the University is expected to be a multi-area school, a prestige science technology center, being the core in education and training system of the South Eastern of Vietnam, meeting international standard. With the curriculum composed under the international standard AACSB and ABET, Eastern International University will be the door the students to get “transnational education at hometown” with Vietnamese cost or transferring to abroad university or entering universities in the USA. Besides, during the training time and after graduation, the students will have practice, internship and jobs at companies and factories belong to Becamex IDC. Corp. and at companies inside the industrial parks developed by Becamex IDC. Corp.



More information about Vietnam Supply Chain

Vietnam Supply Chain is the leading dynamic independent platform for over 11,000 supply chain professionals and over 5,000 young talents in Vietnam to learn, share, and network effectively.



For more information, please contact Ms. Nguyen Da Quyen, Co-founder and  Executive Director of Vietnam Supply Chain. Email:info@vietnamsupplychain.com