SAPICS 2019 Post-Conference Ezine - Page 18



SAPICS E-ZINE SEP 2019
longer used new, virgin materials,” she
challenged.
of value that will be exchanged among
supply chains as input to products and
processing.
At circular economy forums around
the world, supply chain professionals
are missing from the conversation. Dull
concluded by urging SAPICS delegates
to “invite yourselves to the discussions;
supply chain teams find solutions to
impossible challenges across the world.
Now is the time to come together as a
global community and create supply
chains that can support circular business
models”.
With materials exchanges starting to
emerge across the world, Dull showcased
early examples of “parts passports”,
which record an asset’s details and
history, including market analysis for
valuation, and pair up potential buyers
and sellers. “We need to start thinking
about waste as inventory. Consider how
much of the circular challenge could be
solved if everyone switched, tomorrow, to
using recovered materials only - and no
About Tumelo Home
SAPICS is proud to announce that we have partnered
with TUMELO HOME: FOR THE MENTALLY AND
PHYSICALLY DISABLED.
We supported them as part of our CSI project for
#SAPICS2019 and will continue to support them in the
future. We are proud to be supporting a charity which
is close to home for SAPICS and we are excited to get
involved in making a difference.
Tumelo Home runs their day care as a 24 hour centre for children that require custodial
care and some who may be left abandoned by their parents, at the centre. They rely
heavily on funding and have developed over the years due to funding from a shack – like
dwelling to a brick-face building that has foundation and is now dignified. This shows what
an impact funding has for a charity of this kind.
Click here to visit their website
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