The Logistics & Supply Chain Symposium is presented by the Singapore Management University (SMU), and co-organized by the Fujitsu-SMU Urban Computing and Engineering Corp Lab (UNiCEN) and DHL-SMU Green Transformation Lab (GTL). The event keynotes topics relating to dynamic urban mobility, circular economy and business shared-values.

We are honored to have Mr Robert Yap Min Choy, Chairman of SMU (School of Information Systems) Board of Advisors as our opening address speaker and two keynote speakers- Ms Katharina Tomoff, Vice President Shared Value | GoGreen from Deutsche Post DHL as well as Dr Hee Limin, Director of Research from Singapore Centre for Liveable Cities. We are also proud to feature speakers from global leading information and communication technology company Fujitsu, the world's leading meeting & conference centre Suntec Singapore, and SMU.

Monday 7 March 2016
9:00am - 3.30pm
(Registration starts at 8.30am)


Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre
1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City
Conference Room 311 Level 3
Singapore 039593


Get insights into trends, strategies and challenges related to urban mobility and circular economy

  • Green supply chain for mega cities
  • Circular business model in supply chain management
  • Technology and innovations of urban mobility

Delegates can look forward to networking with thought leaders and view demonstrations and showcases of projects as well as IT applications.

Who should attend?

Industry executives from local and multinational companies, transportation and logistics companies managing manufacturing networks and supply chain operations, as well as academia and research institutes.