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BISCI Strategy Day and Summer Outing!

Strategy day and a summer outing for the BISCI team!

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Healthcare Hub Workshop

We were very excited to be able to host colleagues from Arvato SCS, Boston Scientific, Philips and BISCI at our first physical Healthcare Hub workshop. As a team we defined projects, the overall program structure, time lines and the way forward...

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BISCI helps Limburg remain a leader in logistics

Sustainability, food safety and data science. These all come together at BISCI, the Brightlands Institute for Supply Chain Innovation. Barely a year and a half after its launch, the Venlo Institute was awarded a Knowledge Axis grant of 1.5 mill...

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Supply Chain Valley and Arvato Supply Chain Solutions wins second place at materialfluss

Supply Chain Valley and Arvato Supply Chain Solutions wins second place in the materialfluss Product of the Year 2021 for the concept of SCV!

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August 10, 2021

Gartner - How does industry leverage in-house innovation centers and universities to spark innovation?

Guest speech by Ton Geurts, Business Director, BISCI at Gartner's “Special Interest group: Supply Chain Technology Trends, Innovation and Start up Community"

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September 22, 2021

TKI-BBE Congres2021

Sustainable Materials from Agricultural Sugars Helping to Combat Carbon Climate Change.

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Brightlands Institute for Supply Chain Innovation

The Brightlands Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (BISCI) develops smart and sustainable innovations in supply chain management. Set up by Maastricht University and the Province of Limburg in early 2019, BISCI seeks to apply the latest results of logistics research to address the challenges of service providers in the region and beyond. In addition, the institute trains the next generation of professionals who can contribute to supply chain innovation in the industry. BISCI derives its strength from closely collaborating with partners in the public, private and community sectors.

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