SUPPLY CHAIN: Partner of the Month

July 2006
Supply House Times;Jul2006, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p42
Trade Publication
The article profiles the Center for Advancing Technology (CAT) of the American Supply Association (ASA) in the U.S. The ASA CAT is a wholly owned subsidiary of the association, it was created in 1998 by order of the ASA Board of Directors. The CAT is a service division of ASA and it continues to work with industry members in committees and individuals. CAT is run by a full-time director who reports directly to the executive vice president of the association.


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