Site Visit: The Centre of Innovation for Supply Chain Management (COI-SCM)

Site Visit
ICT, Research & Innovation, Sourcing & Supply Chain
Date and Time: 
21 Jun 2016
08:45 to 11:00
Republic Polytechnic Industry Centre, Supply Chain Lab @ Level 2
Registration Dates: 
11 Apr 2016
20 Jun 2016

Please note that this event is fully booked.

The Center of Innovation for Supply Chain Management (COI-SCM) has been established in 2012 in partnership with Singapore Economic Development Board and SPRING Singapore.


"The COI-SCM will serve as the platform and one-stop centre to assist companies in appreciating efficiency gains through process innovation, use of technology and automation, process re-design and re-engineering."

Minister of State, Mr Lee Yi Shyan, Parliament, 2 Mar 2012


Its role is to help companies based in Singapore to develop supply chain & logistics expertise and to improve efficiency through innovation in process and technology.


The COI-SCM has worked on more than 200 projects in collaboration with various industries.


  • 9am: Introduction to COISCM
  • 9.15am: Sharing of experiences through some case studies
  • 9.30am: Sharing of IoT technology development projects COI-SCM is working on (through live show-and-tell)
  • 10am: Demonstrations of cloud-based logistics solutions COI-SCM has commercialised/made available to industry
  • 10.30am: Tour of Supply Chain Lab
  • 11am: end of the visit

Come and join us!

Campus Map:


  • For drivers, kindly park your car at P3 (Multi-Storey Carpark). Take the lift to level 4, use the link bridge and cross the lawn to W5. Take lift down to level 1 and use the covered walkway to go to Republic Polytechnic Industry Centre (RPIC). For wet weather, take lift to level 1 at multi-storey carpark using the agora (common covered access) to RPIC.
  • Those coming by taxi, kindly request the taxi to drive into Republic Polytechnic (RP) by Woodlands Drive 91 and drive round the ring road to RPIC. 


- Please note that this event is restricted to FCCS members only -


Please note that photographs and videos may be taken during the event for news and publicity purposes.


Registration are now closed.