OER Supply Chain Conference to Focus on Value Maximization

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The inaugural edition of Oman Economic Review (OER) Supply Chain Conference, presented by Alizz Islamic Bank, will be held on 23 October at the Grand Millennium, Muscat this year.

The Conference is targeted at the industry players aiming at optimizing their supply chain for maximum efficiency and profitability.

The event will be attended by high-ranking government officials, top business leaders & CEOs, supply chain experts and media representatives. 

The Conference will be a niche knowledge platform on supply chain and to exchange information on the best practices, explore new business opportunities, process optimization, adoption of the latest digital technologies and most importantly, transforming the industry through innovation.

The subject matter experts drawn from the oil & gas, contracting, manufacturing, technology, logistics, ports, healthcare and education companies will be sharing case studies, new models and sustainable strategies in the supply chain. 

The daylong conference will have 14 knowledge sessions including keynotes, presentations, panel discussions and breakaway meetings. The event will culminate with an awards ceremony felicitating the exceptional supply chain companies, industry leaders and innovative solutions.

It will attract over 150 delegates from Oman and rest of the GCC market from oil & gas upstream companies, contractors and sub-contractors, midstream and downstream companies, equipment manufacturers, consultants, training firms, drilling companies, technology solution providers, logistics providers, port operators, hospitals, pharmacies, medical equipment & supplies companies, universities, schools and education supplies companies.

The event is organized by UMS Live with businessliveme.com as the digital media partner and Times of Oman, Al Shabiba, Oil & Gas Review, Dossier, and Alam al-Iktisaad Wal A’mal as the media partners. 

 

For more information, contact [email protected] or call on +968 92637189. 

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