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PRESS RELEASE: LogiSYM and SupplyChainWayne™ signs Memorandum of Understanding to develop network and opportunities for Supply Chain professionals

PRESS RELEASE:

LogiSYM and SupplyChainWayne™ signs Memorandum of
Understanding to develop network and opportunities for
Supply Chain professionals
LogiSYM and FocusCore Group have signed an MOU to further strengthen and develop the collaborative relationship between their brands LogiSYM, CargoNOW, FocusCore, and SupplyChainWayne™
The MOU which comes into effect in August has already seen the two organisations working together in a number of areas and this is expected to increase in frequency and scope.

LogiSYM Global Director of Partnerships, Mr. Garry Lim, said:

“I am delighted that SupplyChainWayne™ and LogiSYM are joining forces to increase the value and opportunities we develop for our respective networks. Wayne is not one of the ‘johnny-come-latelys’ we are seeing come out of the woodwork nowadays, who are leveraging on the necessity to go online as a result of lockdowns and worf-from-home requirements as a result of COVID-19.

We have been following their work for years and they are well known for the quality of their work. Further with Wayne coming on board as a Features Editor, the LogiSYM brand is in turn being strengthened so this is a relationship that benefits all and everyone concerned.”

SupplyChaiWayne™said, “This partnership will help strengthen the growth of ideas within the logistics and supply chain industry in Asia. Japan is a leader in the transportation industry and it’s great that I can assist to bring a voice to the rest of Asia about what we are doing.”

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