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Briefing for LSCM Call for Proposals & Industry and Research Collaboration
9 January 2008

The LSCM R&D Centre has announced the themes for its 2007-08's Call-for-Proposals exercise on Dec 28. To encourage closer interaction between the industry and researchers, a briefing session was successfully held on Jan 9 and recorded a total attendance of 150 visitors. The active participation of researchers, technology companies and user groups were impressed and showed that market-driven R&D collaboration was well received both by the industry and research community.

Dr. Frank Tong delivers a welcome speech
and briefs people on solicited themes and respective technology areas.

More than 150 industry players and researchers exchange views on R&D ideas
and explore partnership opportunities at
the event.



Chongqing Hong Kong - Introduction of Hong Kong's R&D Centres & Technology Infrastructure

10 December 2007

Jointly organized by the Innovation and Technology Commission of the HKSAR Government and Chongqing Science & Technology Commission, a delegation was held on Dec 10 in Chongqing for Hong Kong R&D centres and technology-support organizations to exchange information and explore collaboration. Prof. CJ Tan and Mr. Anthony Kwok who were members of the delegation representing the LSCM R&D Centre met Dr. Lin Yun from Chongqing University to forge cooperation in research programs. To further strengthen the cooperation with Chongqing and other Mainland institutions, the LSCM R&D Centre is planning to participate in the 8th China Chongqing Hi-tech Fair in April. Details of the event will be announced at a later time.

Photo showing the members of the delegation.

Photo showing the opening of the event.

Program on Training and Promotion of DTTN System and Compatible Solutions
January 2008

Digital Trade and Transportation Network (DTTN) is a HKSAR government endorsed community wide electronic platform that encourages the sharing of information and exchange of business documents on a global scale. It also promotes the use of electronic business solutions in order to enhance Hong Kong's overall competitiveness. The LSCM R&D Centre is delighted to support the program and would like to invite industry players to join the following events to be held in January 2008.

China Tax and I.T. Seminar for SMEs - Trading, Manufacturing and Logistics
25 January 2008

How to use "eSims" to exchange electronic documents via DTTN with your partners
31 January 2008

Features and techniques of using the free "Thinking Business Solution (Order Processing Module)"
31 January 2008

 

 

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Seminar on China Customs On-line Supervision and Customs Business Management for Processing Trade Enterprises
7 March 2008

The Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong (CMA) and the University of Hong Kong will jointly organize a seminar on Mar 7 to share the latest development of China Customs Duty-Free Supervision Policy.

Moreover, an introduction of a research project under the Guangdong Hong Kong Technology Cooperation Funding Scheme (TCFS), namely "Gateway System for PRD Manufacturers to Adopt Networked Logistics Customs Clearance Platforms" and its progress of achievement will also be presented in the event. The LSCM R&D Centre is one of the supporting organizations of this meaningful event, please refer to attached programme rundown for registration and details.

Date
7 March 2008 (Fri)
Time
2:30 pm-5:00 pm
Venue   
27/F., CMA Building, 64-66 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong
Language
Putonghua

 

 

 

Welcome to LSCM - Logistics Services Platform Limited
Logistics Services Platform Limited (LSP) joined LSCM R&D Centre as Technology / Solution Provider Member in Jan. LSP was established in 2005 with an aim to providing practical supply chain execution IT solutions to customers in an innovative way. The solution suite includes OMS, WMS, TMS, ECS, SC Visibility, FIS, LBS, KPI, and ABC. This suite has been used by 47 MNCs in 8 industries over 10 years. LSP provides this in an innovative way which LSP will not charge users upfront until users can generate return by using it. For more information about LSP's suite and services, please contact Ms. Christine Cheung at 3589 6188 or email to info@lspasia.com.

 

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