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Le Mensuel de la Supply Chain #14
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In this month's issue A member like no other The Velic Coalition rewarded for its actions An Inspiring Woman Supply Chain Greenification Risk Barometer What's in store for you in the coming months MANIFESTO FOR A FRUGAL AND DESIRABLE SUPPLY CHAIN Have you read it? Welcome to our new members of [...]
Newsletter focus Human Resources in the Supply Chain
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NEWSLETTER INDEED focus HUMAN RICHES in SUPPLY CHAIN Find out this month : Member testimonials Publications and tools designed for your career What's in store for you in the coming months The Supply Chain cannot be limited to IT systems and AI! France Supply's LAB Richesses Humaines [...]
Le Mensuel de la Supply Chain #13
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This month's news : Another Yann Manifesto: contribute with your examples EVOLUE: 1rs results, 5 years on Circular Workshop: catching up AI and Supply Chain: how to use What's in store for you in the coming months Welcome to our new members from SIEMENS, PREWAVE, JESTOCKE.COM and O9 SOLUTIONS! A new [...]
Le Mensuel de la Supply Chain #12
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This month : Welcome to our new members from RELEX SOLUTIONS and TD SYNNEX who have joined the association since our last newsletter! Behind the scenes 2023 is ending on a high note, and the France Supply Chain team is no exception. End of October: Magverlands Guervil alias Lands joins the team as [...].
Le Mensuel de la Supply Chain #11
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This month : Welcome to our new members from LOCUS ROBOTICS, SPL, STACI, EPALIA, BONY and ANJAC who have joined the association since our last newsletter! Behind the scenes As good Supply Chain Managers, we have decided to optimize the time and travel of our European colleagues. The European Synergy Workshops are born! At the [...]
Le Mensuel de la Supply Chain #10
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This month : Welcome to our new members from STYPERS CONSULTING, EMBALL'ISO and CHAMPAGNE BILLECART-SALMON, who have joined the association since our last newsletter! On the school side, we'd like to salute the students of IAE PARIS SORBONNE. Behind the scenes October marks a turning point for the permanent team: the departure of Cassa...
Le Mensuel de la Supply Chain #09
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This month : Welcome to our new members from the two Grandes Ecoles that have joined us since our last newsletter: ICAM GRAND PARIS SUD and NEOMA BS. Behind the scenes The team is preparing a unique event in an equally stunning location! Make a note of the date: December 12, 2023 2 pm to 10:30 pm This day will be resolutely [...]
Le Mensuel de la Supply Chain #08
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This month: Behind the scenes They joined us this summer! Welcome to our new members BERT & YOU and TREVES, who have joined the association since our last newsletter! Two new training organizations have also joined us EXCELIA Business School and Arts et Métiers Talents. Welcome to our new partner Citwell, an expert in the [...]
Le Mensuel de la Supply Chain #07
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Discover this month : Behind the scenes France Supply Chain wishes you happy vacations! We'll be turning off our screens from July 31 to August 21. In the meantime, we'll leave you with some vacation reading. We look forward to seeing you again in the autumn, with new events and deliverables. The players On Wednesday June 28, some of the [...]
Le Mensuel de la Supply Chain #06
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This month : Welcome to our new members, FRACTAL Partners, BALYO and INETUM having joined the association since our last newsletter! A new training organization has also joined us, IGR-IAE Université de Rennes. Behind the scenes After Françoise and Jean-François, it's Elorri (Hawthorn in Basque = a bramble with white flowers, i.e. a white [...]
Supply Chain Monthly #05
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Find this month : Welcome to our new members, SANOFI and FORVIA having joined the association since our last newsletter! Behind the scenes In 1997, the members of ASLOG created their Supply Chain performance evaluation tool. The objective of this reference system is to measure in order to improve, that's why France Supply Chain proposes : Learn to master [...]
Supply Chain Monthly #04
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Find this month : Welcome to the new members who joined the association since our last newsletter! O2 Trans, BJ Logistics, Baccarat, Catalydd Conseil and SANOFI have joined the association. A new training organization has also joined us, Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3. Behind the scenes France Supply Chain : One year already... ! Passionate about Supply Chain [...]
Supply Chain Monthly #03
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Find this month : Welcome to the new members who joined the association since our last newsletter! Acolyt, Akanea, Carniato, Electricfil Service (EFI), Everysens, Institut Léonard de Vinci, Interlog Services, Logicités, Sysley and U Proximité have joined the association and we have a new partner in the field of digitization and workflow automation:...
Supply Chain Monthly #02
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Find out this month : The relationship between schools and companies with Françoise Lieuré New leader of the Digital & Technologies Lab Accompanying companies in their Supply Chain transformation with our ETI/PME Lab Recruiting Supply Chain talent What's in store for you in the coming months Behind the scenes Last October, we welcomed [...]
Supply Chain Monthly #01
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Find this month : General Assembly of Shipper Coalition for a Low Carbon Maritim Transport Welcome to LEGRAND, AUCHAN and CONTINENTAL and others Throwback on the 50 years of France Supply Chain The Lab Jeunes is renewed New edition of the Best Supply Chain Article Award What you can expect in the next months In [...]
THE LETTER FROM FRANCE SUPPLY CHAIN #33 - December 2022
Didier Granger and Xavier Derycke: A major project rewarded at the ELA Awards
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On November 23, the Champions League was held, the battle of the winners: the Awards for the best European project, elected among the best projects of their country. This year, projects from the Czech Republic, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and France were competing. And the winner was ... the French project! This project, you already know it well, it is the Kings of the Supply Chain, prize awarded every year by the French government.
THE LETTER FROM FRANCE SUPPLY CHAIN #32 - November 2022
Jean-Marc Bacquet : Supply Chain and History-Geography : a long love affair
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Understanding space. If, as Yves Lacoste says, geography is first and foremost used to wage war, the great explorers of yesterday and today could reply that geography is first and foremost used to bring people together. The geographical space is the fruit of a long construction in which one does not penetrate with impunity. Placed at the heart of supply chain concerns, the flow of resources has become a major issue.
THE LETTER FROM FRANCE SUPPLY CHAIN #31 - November 2022
Philippe Armandon: From resilience to the war economy
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Supply chains are constantly managing unstable balances. But since 2020, they are facing real shocks: Brexit, pandemic, blockage of the Suez Canal, war in Ukraine, departure from Russia for some companies, repeated confinements in China. All this with the consequences we know: crisis of electronic components, prices of energy, raw materials, transport, etc... which...
THE LETTER FROM FRANCE SUPPLY CHAIN #30 - October 2022
Jean-Marc Bacquet : Agility in Supply Chain
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Agility, a philosophy of action. Beyond the method laid down in standardized procedures and artfully deployed by certified masters, agility is not limited to an assembly of ordered and timed tasks, useful in the management of complex projects. It is first and foremost immaterial, nourishing itself by walking at the source of the motivations of those who decide to undertake. It is a part of the vi...
THE LETTER FROM FRANCE SUPPLY CHAIN #29 - October 2022
Françoise Lieuré and Narjiss Beniouri: Guide des formations supérieures Supply Chain en France
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4.5 million recruitments to come in 2023, such is the observation of the Adecco-Analytics employment barometer, which reflects the exponential recovery of the job market in recent months. Among the professions that will recruit the most, we find naturally those of the Supply Chain, still unknown to the general public despite the numerous career opportunities and various challenges that the sector offers. To make up for this, we have...
THE LETTER FROM FRANCE SUPPLY CHAIN #28 - September 2022
Sébastien Perdereau and Philippe Raynaud : Women's voices in Supply Chain
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Many women are involved on a daily basis in all supply chain professions. However, they only occupy 10% to 20% of supply chain management positions. This inequality of representation is certainly one of the challenges to be met by our profession. Beyond the figures, we thought it would be interesting to hear from 9 women in the supply chain, about their careers and what drives them. No...
THE LETTER FROM FRANCE SUPPLY CHAIN #27 - September 2022
Xavier Personnic: "GO OR NO GO TO AFRICA" taking into account the current geopolitical impact on the prospects of African economies
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The news of France Supply Chain this month is the holding of the board of directors on September 22 where it will be question of the first results of the launching of France Supply Chain international. This last one will be prolonged by a conference " GO TO AFRICA " on the evolution of the roadmaps of companies from a supply chain or local market share point of view. To answer globally to any question you may have, you can...
THE LETTER FROM FRANCE SUPPLY CHAIN #26 - July 2022
Cassandre Jacquin: You have the floor
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Created in the continuity of the beautiful dynamics of 2021, the Letter of France Supply Chain comes to life thanks to the words of our members in the section "the post of the week". Seven months that you participate in its creation by sharing with us a reflection, an experience or a personal aspiration. Representative of the 50 years of the association, the transparency of the messages and the richness of the points of view created by the members of the...
THE LETTER FROM FRANCE SUPPLY CHAIN #25 - July 2022
Cécile Cloarec: How can we promote our professions and attract the talents of tomorrow?
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"Would you like to work in the logistics sector?" If you ask this question to people around you or to young graduates, you will probably get a slightly embarrassed pout, a lack of enthusiasm or a quizzical look, with an answer like: "Logistics, which means? Do you work in a warehouse or drive a truck? Clichés die hard. Even though the health crisis has made the...
THE LETTER FROM FRANCE SUPPLY CHAIN #24 - June 2022
The Youth Lab: From scratch to match
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Initiated in June 2021 by the HR LAB, the idea of creating a LAB for young people, by young people began with the ISLI (Kedge Business School) Master's integration seminar in September 2021. There are now 11 students on work-study programmes who make up this LAB. Although we come from different schools and backgrounds, we all have one thing in common, an appetite for the supply chain profession. Promoting and making the supply chain attractive is a key part of our work...

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