EXCLUSIVE: Top 50 Supply Chains 2013


For the third year running, <i>SupplyChain Review</i>’s April issue will feature our exclusive Australia’s Top 50 Supply Chains special feature, which ranks the supply chains of the nation's listed companies on the basis of cashflow return on investment, a fact-based formula devised by internationally-renowned supply chain thought leader, John Gattorna.

EXCLUSIVE: Top 50 Supply Chains 2013
<font color=red>EXCLUSIVE: Top 50 Supply Chains 2013</font>
February 6, 2013

For the third year running, SupplyChain Review’s April issue will feature our exclusive Australia’s Top 50 Supply Chains special feature.

This world-first report ranks the nation’s publicly listed companies on the basis of cashflow return on investment (CFROI). Using a fact-based formula devised by internationally-renowned supply chain thought leader, John Gattorna, CFROI is a calculation of the amount of free cashflow generated by a company and the measure of its associated supply chain investments.

This special report reveals Australia’s top 50 supply chains, speaks with the visionaries making it happen in leading companies and presents SupplyChain Review’s trademark top-level analysis.

In 2012, biotech company Acrux topped the Top 50 rankings. Who will be at the top of the supply chain ladder in 2013? All will be revealed in the April issue of SupplyChain Review.

To ensure you don’t miss out, subscribe today by clicking here.

Or to take advantage of the limited number of sponsorship and advertising opportunities in this landmark issue contact Key Account Manager Inge Watson on 03 9567 4186 or e-mail Inge.Watson@bauertrader.com.au. Bookings close Thursday, March 14, 2013

As arguably the most-read edition of the year the April issue offers a unique opportunity to promote products and services to 7,033 senior logistics and supply chain managers.

The Transport Census 2012, a comprehensive survey of 962 transport and logistics industry decision makers, confirmed SupplyChain Review readers are high-level logistics and supply chain management executives of large corporations, with decision-making responsibility in the key areas of recruitment, education and training, transport and warehouse services, fork lifts and materials handling equipment, computer hardware and software, finance and insurance, and commercial property.

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