-- Lunch, Tea Break & Refreshment will be arranged by the organizer -- Training Materials will be provided by the organizer
-- Seats are limited and will be served on 'First Come-First Serve' basis
-- Participants will be awarded certificates at the end of the session

Who Should Attend

The professionals engaged in Export, Import, Procurement, Logistics, Distribution ,Shipping, Freight Forwarding ,Customs, Courier , Supply, Marketing, Specially Fresher, Post Graduate Business Students, SCM Training and more those are involved in Private Sector, Public sector and Nonprofit organizations (NGOs)

Contemporary Supply Chain,Purchasing Management and Logistics Management

Date : 29 May 2015-30 May 2015
Time : 10:00AM-6:00PM
Fee  : 8000 BDT
Training venue :
UTC Tower (Ground Floor), 8 Panthapath, Dhaka (Beside Basundhara Shopping Complex)
Training Objective
In today’s global competitive environment; organizations survive by leveraging their often complex supply chains to provide value to customers. Organizations must be able to provide the right goods and services to the right customers, in the right quantity, in the right place and time, and at the right costs. Failure to do so could have significant negative impact on the bottom-line.
Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the design, planning, execution, control, and monitoring of supply chain activities with the objective of creating net value, building a competitive infrastructure, leveraging worldwide logistics, synchronizing supply with demand, and measuring performance globally.
Supply chain management deals with inputs, conversion, and outputs. A supply chain consists of three types of entities: customers, a producer, and the producer's suppliers. Supply chain management oversees and optimizes the processes of acquiring inputs from suppliers (purchasing), converting those inputs into a finished product (production), and delivering those products – or outputs - to customers (fulfillment).
Supply chain managers decide where to locate manufacturing and distribution facilities, how to route goods and materials among those facilities, and from which parts of the world to source the inputs.

Objectives of this training:

•Explain the basic concept of Contemporary SCM and LM
•It aims to provide participants foundational and advanced knowledge on how to tackle, resolve, and manage myriad complex problems and issues that confront supply chain managers.
•The purpose of the course is to recognize the interrelationship of supply chain functions and to understand how all parts of the supply chain work.
•Professional involves in Supply Chain Management(SCM) as they can minimize cost
•Supply the products and services to the right places in right time and satisfy the customer
Training Content
Day 1:


Meaning of Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Local Supply Chain Management
Iternational Supply Chain Management
Global Supply Chain Management
Real Meaning of Logistics Management
Supply Chain Management Functions
Porters Value Chain with in the enterprises
Importance of SCM
Benefits of SCM
Supplier and Supplier Country Analysis
Buyer and Buyer Country Analysis
Life Cycle Cost


Organizational Environment and Culture
Dimensions of the organizational environment that influence the purchasing & supply function
Private enterprises(National, International, MNCs, Global)
The importance of SMEs (advantages and disadvantages)
Supply Chain Management System/Procedure in Manufacturing Organization
Supply Chain Management System/Procedure in Trading Organization
Supply chain in multinationals
Public organizations
Supply chain in non-profit organisations:
Key differences amongst different types of organizations
Learning Check


Meaning of Negotiation
Negotiation is the skills in the purchasing field
Determining Negotiable zone
Supplier perception model (SPM)
WIN WIN vs WIN LOSE negotiation
Understand the culture of the other party
Quality of Successful negotiators


What is a Contract?
Types of Contract
To be valid a contract must fulfill the following requirements
How to make a good contract?
Avoiding contractual default
Settling Disputes: Methods
Learning Check

Day 2:


Purchasing Management,
Purchasing area
purchasing specifications
Fundamental goals of purchasing
4 types of items
Kraljics Matrix(Supply positioning Model)
Supplier Perception Model
Details of Purchasing Procedure
Purchase Order
Planning of requirement
Determining and Specifying requirements
Analysis of specifications
International Purchasing(Import)

Meaning of payment
Principal payment methods
Risk minimization techniques in payment
L/C (Irrevocable letter of credit-Process)
Inco terms (mostly used Inco terms in Bangladesh)
Role of Inco terms (used in sales contract)


Meaning of Logistics
Practical management of Supply of materials
Logistics drivers
Inventory management
Transportation Management
Warehousing design
Responsibilities of logistics manager
Choosing the most appropriate mode of transport
Traditional role of a freight forwarders
Sample of an analysis of the alternative transport
Learning Check

Facilitator(s) Profile

Md. Arif Khan
M.Com, MBA, PGDIM, INT.DIPLOMA-SCM-(P), Switzerland
  Md. Arif Khan is a professional Consultant (Business, Learning & Career) of Sullivan Consulting and Learning services and Director of FMS Group (Supply Chain, Commercial& Marketing). He has 22years of real life working experience in different International and Local Corporate organization, UN organization and Educational Institutes. His expertise areas are on Supply Chain Management, Import-Export Management, International Trade and Business, Entrepreneurship Development, Business Development, Marketing Management, Regulatory and Corporate Affairs, Training Management, Career Management, Cross Cultural Management . Early 90’s he had started his career with Navana Industries Ltd. as Executive (Import-Export-Industries Division), Mr. Khan also worked at Apex-Adelchi Footwear Ltd., as Commercial Manager(Import-Export-Industries Division) ,at Integra Communications Ltd., as Head of Supply Chain and Corporate Affairs, at UNDP as Specialist(Marketing &Business Development), at AMS Group as CEO (Supply Chain, Commercial, Marketing),at INTI International University-Malaysia as Senior Faculty (Business& Marketing), at Brac as Faculty Coordinator (Business &Enterprises). Mr. Khan is a certified Trainer of WTO/UNCTAD/ITC -Switzerland and CIPS-UK on Supply Chain Management. Mr. Khan has earned his postgraduate degrees on M.Com (Management),PGD(Industrial Management),MBA(Marketing & International Business),Int.Diploma (Purchasing and Supply Chain Management ),Switzerland. Mr. Khan is senior Trainer of DCCI Business Institute on Supply Chain Management since 2006. He is also conducting training in leading Training organizations and Institutes like Prothom Alo jobs and to others. He was awarded as Top teaching award while worked in a cross cultural environment at INTI International University –Malaysia. Mr. Khan has also conducted and facilitated several Trainings, Workshops, Seminars and Trade Fairs while worked at UNDP, INTI and BRAC. Mr. Khan has attended and completed successfully several Trainings, Trade Fairs, Workshop and Seminars in home and abroad successfully. During his work tenure he has travelled many countries and gathered practical knowledge on individual and Business Culture of diverse group of people, organization and country. He has worked with many top successful business entrepreneurs and leaders in Bangladesh and abroad.
Registration Details
Registration payment can be made by cash or A/C Payee cheque in favor of Business Express, before May 27, 2015, till 07:30 pm

Registration Point
Business Express H:38/A (3rd Floor),R: 9/A Dhanmondi, Dhaka-1209

Mob: 01717801435

Last date of registration: Wednesday, 27 May 2015
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