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EnviroSeries 10 - Green Supply Chain Forum

Hong Kong (2 June 2010) – The Business Environment Council (BEC) today hosted the Green Supply Chain Management Forum: Risks, Rewards & Roadmap of its 2010 EnviroSeries Conferences with an in-depth look at the importance of transitioning to a green supply chain and the risks and rewards in store for Hong Kong in doing so. Experts from different industry sectors explored the need for Hong Kong to improve and opt for more responsible, less wasteful and more sustainable business practices.

Please download the conference brochure (PDF format), in which you can learn about the messages from organizer, bios of speakers and info of our sponsors and supporting organisations. You can also download the presentations from our speakers via the links below.

Challenges and Opportunities for Going “Green”

Overview of Green Supply Chain
Mr Dick Casey, Managing Director, Sustainable Sourcing Limited

Strategies on Reducing Supply Chain Carbon Emission
Mr Ernest Wong, Supply Chain Social and Environmental Responsibility Program Manager, Hewlett-Packard Asia-Pacific and Japan

Opportunities and Challenges in Sustainable Sourcing
Ms Lyn Ip, Regional Manager (EHS), Social and Environmental Affairs Department (Asia Pacific), adidas Group

Eco-Product Design, Research and Development
Ms Philine Bracht, Visiting Associate Professor, School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Developing a Green Supply Chain through Collaboration

Collaboration with Suppliers in Creating Transparent Supply Chain
Ms Anna Lin, Chief Executive, GS1 Hong Kong

Optimizing Value from Green Supply Chain Operations
Mr Almon Yu, Senior Vice President (Sales), North Asia Pacific, DHL Global Forwarding

Green Stewardship

A Success Story of Hong Kong Green EMS Company in Southern China
Mr Senta Wong, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Wong’s Kong King International (Holdings) Ltd.

Supply Chain Management in China Manufacturing Operation
Mr Toshiki Fujino, Assistant General Manager – Social Environmental Department, RICOH China

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