Supply Chain Facilitation
Supply Chain Facilitation offers your business practical ways to:
- connect with, and supply existing and new markets
- provide you with project opportunities.
At no cost to your business, a skilled Business Adviser or Business Facilitator will work closely with your suppliers and customers to:
- strengthen your supply chain
- improve your ability to access new markets.
Our Business Advisers and Business Facilitators have:
- extensive experience, business and market knowledge
- existing, long-term relationships with industry networks and business support services.
Supplier Improvement Plan
For your business to get the most out of a Supplier Improvement Plan, prior to applying you should engage with stakeholders in your supply chain to ensure they are willing for a Business Adviser or Business Facilitator to contact them to participate and gather information regarding your supply chain.
If you don't have an existing relationship with other businesses in a supply chain, but are still keen to get practical business advice, you may be more suited for the Business Evaluation service.
To apply for a Supplier Improvement Plan, complete the online Supplier Improvement Plan Application Form.
To find out more and to apply, go to:
Active supply chain projects
View our list of Active Supply Chain Projects by industry sector:
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Food and Agribusiness
- Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals
- Mining Equipment, Technology and Services
- Northern Australian Tourism
- Oil, Gas and Energy Resource
- Boosting supermarket shelf profile relied on strong supplier relationships
- Building partnerships: Tier 1 shares their partnership model with 240 suppliers
- Customer lead-time: optimising lead times with inventory management
- Data handling: its role in securing growth within a supply chain
- Using brand alliances to strengthen customer value propositions