Major Procurement, Supply Chain & Logistics Conference set for Zambia

SA Banner 2 tkJohannesburg, ZA – Frmb Investments Consulting an international business development and advisory firm announced today that it will be hosting a major Zambia Procurement, Supply Chain & Logistics Summit set for the 13th and 14th of February 2014.

Local and International executives are expected to meet, discuss and share ideas on issues that impact the Supply Chain and Logistics Industry in Zambia.


“This annual Summit provides an unbiased industry–led platform designed to examine contemporary issues impacting the sustainability of procurement, supply chain and logistics management in Botswana and regionally.

With investment flowing into the development of supply chain and logistics networks in Africa, now is the time to learn from your peers and avoid repeating common industry mistakes.

You can take this opportunity to brainstorm with your fellow supply chain decision-makers, shorten the supply chain learning curve and reduce delays to the growth of your market share”, commented Mr Freeman Mpofu the Executive Director of the hosting company Frmb Investments Consulting.


These are some of the key benefits you get from attending this summit :

Benchmark and review best practice in supply chain in Zambia.

Listen to supply chain case studies from leading retailers and FMCG organisations in Zambia.

Meet and network with best of breed solution providers and consultants.

Secure valuable information that will help them plan and develop in-company procedures and systems to operate in a challenging multi-jurisdiction trading environment

Hear from relevant trade, regulatory, government, customs, borders, ports and clearing agencies who operate in Zambia and globally

Forge partnerships and collaborate with organisations who face similar challenges in supply chain and logistics operations in Africa, by forging agreements which create fit for purpose solutions and economies of scale

Meetsenior level decision makers for supply chain and logistics with responsibility for Africa that have strategic and/or budgetary authority in one location at one time.


More information will be released following engagement with some major stakeholders within the Zambian Procurement, Supply Chain and Logistics Management Community.


The summit is expected to attract over 250 participants from across the globe.


If you would like to speak directly with someone about the event, contact Freeman Mpofu, Group Managing Director, at or  call +27 11 333-2267