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The B.C. government announces its first ever ‘Supply Chain Week’

by CM Staff   

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BC Supply Chain Week says they will share knowledge and recognize and honor the exceptional achievements of supply chain's unsung heroes.

VANCOUVER — The B.C. Government has proclaimed its first ever “Supply Chain Week” in B.C. Supply Chain Canada BC Institute says that this week is dedicated to honoring the critical work of supply chain professionals and to recognizing the resilience of the supply chain industry and its professionals in delivering essential goods and services across BC.

Each day, over 200,000 supply chain professionals in BC enable the smooth flow of goods and services – including those essential to BC’s residents – supporting the health of British Columbians and helping to improve the standard of living for people in BC. They support over 500,000 businesses, and are recognized for leading innovation, global competitiveness, and driving economic growth in BC.

BC Supply Chain Week says they will share knowledge and recognize and honour the exceptional achievements of supply chain’s unsung heroes who faced unprecedented challenges over the past few years working to keep BC’s supply chains moving.

“We are proud to recognize our Supply Management profession in all its facets and celebrate those professionals who help make their organizations successful through their dedication, skills, and tenacity,” – Wende Kinch, President & CEO, Supply Chain Canada, BC Institute.


“I am so appreciative of everyone who supports and sponsors this BC Supply Chain Week event. We together are making history in BC for supply chain professionals.” – Dot Zhang, Board of Director and the LDS Committee Lead.


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