Dr. K. Donald Tham is Co - founder and Board Director of Nulogy Corporation, Toronto, Canada. He is a Professor and Internship Coordinator at Ryerson University, Toronto, for Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. While working in industries and through evening studies, he ea rned his Canadian degrees - B.Tech. (Industrial Eng., Comp.Sc.), Ryerson , Toronto; M.A.Sc. (Management Science), University of Waterloo; Ph.D. (1999 - Information Systems - AI), University of Toronto. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Canada; Seni or Industrial Engineer of IIE, USA. His industry work and teaching experiences over the last 3 decades has included teaching undergrad and graduate courses in Canada, China and Europe. His industry experiences include NOCIL (India), Nabisco, IBM, National Research Council of Canada, Phillips Cable, Canada Post, Molson Companies, Toyota (Japan), Bombardier, BHP (Australia), K - Line , Toronto Star, Loblaw Companies, Kraft, Mars. His research and work experiences led to the initial AI based software engine for the supply chain software solutions of Nulogy. Nulogy’s SaaS based software solutions have been deployed across Canada, USA, Australia and EU. He has been an invited and contributing speaker and author for international conferences and executive seminars. He serves as Education Chair for CSCMP, and is Advisor to SCLGME.
Founded in Dubai/UAE, SCLG is a membership driven industry business group with 200+ corporate members. SCLG is expanding internationally to continuously enhance its global foot-print.
Managing supply chain and logistics more effectively shall contribute to positive growth of economy in range of 3% to 5% (GDP terms).
Impact of climate change on managing supply chain should be on agenda of all supply chain professionals.
Oil and Gas industry should enlarge its theme to manage supply chains of larger energy domain.
Reduction in current level of wastage in food supply chain shall help mitigate poverty.
Managing Fresh water supply chain needs attention of all.
Sophisticated demand forecast and planning for sure helps improve efficiency of supply chain.
Intermodal Africa , King Fahd Palace Hotel Dakar, Senegal 24th -26th November 2020
Mauritius Maritime Week 2020 , The Ravenala Attitude, Mauritius 19th -23rd October 2020
Mediterranean Ports and Shipping , Slovenia Koper - Hoteli Bernardin 22nd -24th September 2020
Oman Ecommerce Conference , Oman 07th -08th September 2020
Trans Middle East , Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand, Lebanon 07th -09th July 2020
Cold Chain Africa , KICC, Nairobi- Kenya 17th -19th June 2020
Baltic Ports & Shipping , Maritim Seehotel Lubeck, Germany 12th -14th May 2020
Caspian Ports & Shipping , Grand Nur Plaza Hotel, Aktau, Kazakhstan 28th -30th April 2020
ANTWERP XL , Antwerp Expo, Belgium 21st -23rd April 2020
12th GPCA Supply-Chain Conference , InterContinental Dubai Festival City 13th -15th April 2020
Venture Summit 2020 , Silicon Valley, USA 23rd -24th March 2020
Black Sea Ports & Shipping , The Marmara Taksim Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey 24th -26th March 2020
Digital Sypply Chain 2020 , Amsterdam, Netherlands 25th -27th March 2020
Indonesia International Transport, Logistic, Euipment & Service Exhibition , JExpo, Jakarta - Indonesia 26th -28th August 2020
Seamless Middle East , DWTC, Dubai 25th -26th March 2020
Asean Ports & Shipping , JW Marriott, Jakarta, Indonesia 25th -27th February 2020
Breakbulk Middle East 2020 , DWTC, Dubai 25th -26th February 2020
Retail Supply Chain Summit 2020 , PHD House, Delhi 20th February 2020
Future Procurement Leaders , Taj, Dubai 25th -27th February 2020
Technology Innovation Pioneers Summit , Abu Dhabi 04th -05th February 2020