New York, August 12, 2021 — The Digital Supply Chain Institute (DSCI) is excited to welcome Transworld Group as a new member. DSCI and Transworld will work together to help the shipping and logistics conglomerate develop the skills necessary for a digital supply chain transformation.
“We welcome Transworld to the DSCI community,” said Marko Kovacevic, DSCI Managing Director. “We look forward to working together on Digital Transformation issues faced by companies in the logistics and distribution industry. We will focus on areas of strategy, talent, and technology so our work can bring value to new DSCI member Transworld and their customers and supply chain community.”
DSCI and Transworld will conduct an Executive Leadership Needs Assessment to identify and develop the talent needed to accelerate Transworld’s digital supply chain transformation. In addition, DSCI will conduct an executive education program to help Transworld employees involved in all aspects of company operations gain a deeper understanding of the best practices and innovative strategies to build customer-driven supply chains.
“We look forward to working together with DSCI, mutually deliberating, brainstorming, and sharing the best practices with all members,” said Ramesh S. Ramakrishnan, Chairman, Transworld Group. “Digital is the way forward and optimal utilization of evolving technologies will bring efficiencies and benefit all the stakeholders in the value chain.
Transworld joins DSCI members Under Armour, Colgate-Palmolive, Dell, Anastasia, Craft, Streamline Media Group, Janus Logistics Technologies, Lanaco, Dusit International, Saga New Frontier Group, Panama Transshipment Group, and Azarc.