Terry Lee has more than 20 years of extensive & diversified working experiences and expertise in entire aspects of Logistics & Supply Chain Management, including Manufacturing , Global Trade & Marketing , Transportation & Logistics , e - Commerce and Consultancy. He’d ever worked with the leading internation al carrier OOCL, and the leading global Value - Added Network service provider - GE Information Services. He is not only a visionary of Logistics & Supply Chain Management, but also a well - known e - commerce forerunner in Taiwan. T hrough his consultancy, semin ars and articles published, to promote and help Taiwan logistics service providers, manufacturers, trading companies to enhance competitive advantages by deploying information and communication technologies since 1980s.
On top of his industrial expertise, Terry Lee is very well experienced in initiating and forming international collaboration. In his career, he’d ever accomplished international partnership with overseas leading enterprises and organizations, such as GE Information Service , Sterling Commerce , Tradecard , Qiva , Total Soft Bank , CSCMP (Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals) , SupplyChainJobz etc.
In recognition of his superb industrial experience & professionalism and remarkable e - Commerce expertise, Terry Lee had been invited to lead in several important Logistics & Supply Chain Management projects sponsored by government and private sectors in Taiwan. Mr. Lee is currently the advisor of CEPD (Council of Economic Planning an d Development), Executive Yuan, Taiwan . He’s invited to offer his expertise and consultancy to the government in planning and designating proper projects regarding logistics & supply chain management, and the global supply chain security initiatives ie, AEO , UCR , Single Window, to cope with WCO SAFE standard framewor k in securing and facilitating the global trade.
In additions, Mr. Lee is the Chief Project Leader of “e - Logistics & Supply Chain Service Development Project”, sponsored by the Department of Commerce, to support Taiwan LSP to strengthen their level of ser vices and competitiveness by deploying information and telecommunication technologies. Also Mr. Lee is the Chief Project Leader of “Taiwan Trade Facilitation Project”, which is another governmental project initiated by the Bureau of Foreign Trade, to promo te and implement paperless trading mechanism on Taiwan, in compliance with APEC’s objectives in facilitating world trade.
Mr. Lee is also the founding member and Executive Director of TILSCA (Taiwan International Logistics & Supply Chain Association) since 2004. He is the Director of e - Commerce Task Force of the Chinese Maritime Research Institute, which is supported by the Ministry of Transportation and Communication. He leads the task force to conduct researches on electronic B/L and other prevailing e - Co mmerce applications in shipping & logistics. Besides, Mr. Lee has been intensively involved in the implementation of ICAO RAR (Regulated Agent Regime) and promoting IATA “e - Freight Project” on Taiwan.
In appreciation to his constant efforts & contribution to the development of logistics and industries in Taiwan, Mr. Lee was honorably rewarded with the Presidential Award – The Mentor Award in 2006. And he is award recipient of Excellent Contributor to Taiwan Maritime Industry, in July, 2009.
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.
Mauritius Maritime Week 2022 , The Ravenala Attitude, Mauritius 13th -15th December 2022
Intermodal Africa , Hotel Sarakawa, Lomé, Togo 22nd -24th November 2022
Seamless Saudi Arabia , Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Centre 02nd -03rd November 2022
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION CONFERENCE , Virtual Event 01st -02nd November 2022
Asean Ports & Shipping , InterContinental Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 25th -27th October 2022
World Breakbulk Expo , Shanghai, China 25th -26th October 2022
Indonesia International Transport, Logistic, Equipment & Service Exhibition , Jakarta, Indonesia 05th -07th October 2022
IATA World Cargo Symposium , London, England 27th -29th September 2022
Baltic & Black Sea Ports & Shipping , Vanagupe Hotel Conference and Spa Center, Palanga, Lithuania 27th -29th May 2022
Seamless North Africa , Cairo, Egypt 20th -21st September 2022
China (Shenzhen) International Logistics and Supply Chain Fair (CILF) , Shenzhen, China 22nd -24th September 2022
Transport Logistic and Air Cargo Southeast Asia , Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre, Sungapore 13th -15th September 2022
BIMP-EAGA 2022 , Shangri-La's Tanjung Aru Resort and Spa, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia 02nd -04th August 2022
Intermodal Africa , King Fahd Palace Hotel Dakar, Senegal 28th -30th June 2022
Philippine Ports and Shipping , Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila, The Philippines 21st -23rd June 2022
44th Annual SAPICS 2022 In-Person Conference & Exhibition , Capetown, South Africa 12th -15th June 2022
Trans Middle East , Radisson Blu Hotel, Manama, Bahrain 31st -02nd June 2022
Seamless Middle East , Dubai World Trade Centre 31st -01st June 2022
Digital Sypply Chain Show , Address Hotel, Dubai Marina, Dubai 25th May 2022
Mediterranean Ports and Shipping , Hoteli Bernardin Portorož, Slovenia 24th -26th May 2022
Airport Show , DWTC, Dubai 17th -19th May 2022
13th GPCA Supply-Chain Conference , Hilton Dubai Al Habtoor City Dubai UAE 17th -19th May 2022