Procurement and Supply Institute of Asia is the largest and premier association for Supply Chain, Procurement, and Logistics headquartered in Asia operating globally. PASIA delivers world-class training, certifications, conferences & events, research, membership, and corporate partnerships. While its solutions and implementation arm, PASIA Shared Services and TransProcure, an APICS Partner, are focused and strong on consulting, services and technology.
With two-thirds of the global economy moving to Asia, PASIA has established itself as the leader in the ASEAN region for Plan (Supply Chain Planning), Source (Procurement) and Move (Logistics) that covers the end-to-end critical activities in the supply chain.
PASIA provides services with the highest global standards and has the largest and the most professional back-office in delivering its consulting and services. PASIA is focused, most experienced, scalable and has the cost advantage in operating globally. Its main advocacy is driving ethics, excellence and e-enablement.
Delivering world-class trainings, certifications and capacity building to companies to create value, manage risk and improve total cost in their supply chain.
Designed to help companies improve their supply chain planning process. The course contains practical concepts and actionable best practices that covers the critical areas of the end-to-end supply chain planning based on industry standards.
Provides comprehensive program for sourcing professionals on strategic sourcing principles and application to deliver enormous value to an organization that are derived from managing cost & risks, quality, sustainability, supply continuity, and category management.
Focused on improving the company’s warehouse and logistics operations by implementing best practices to identify and optimize inventory flows to improve working capital and increase customer satisfaction.
Provides an integrated mastery the most crucial processes of end to end SCM –supply chain planning, procurement and logistics. This enables companies to break “silo thinking” and focus on delivering value to end consumers while preserving the organization’s cost and efficiency competitiveness.
Love not only acts on the body like a drug, but also can block the perception of pain.
Experts from Stanford University conducted a series of experiments and found that falling in love is as effective as a pain reliever as cocaine, writes the Guardian.
Tests conducted on a group of volunteers have shown that feelings that a person has towards their partner can reduce severe pain by 12%, and moderate pain by almost half. In order to establish this, the scientists showed subjects photographs of their loved ones and at the same time stimulated pain in the palms.
During the experiment, magnetic resonance imaging of the brain was performed. At the end of each test, volunteers were asked to rate how much pain they felt. Brain scans showed that the feeling of falling in love caused increased activity in the same parts of the brain that are usually affected by morphine and cocaine for sale.
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