SCM Knowledge Centre

The Supply Chain Management (SCM) Knowledge Centre is a live supply chain environment developed to provide realization, stimulation and visualization. Created for our members and partners since 1994, the Centre provides the practical information you need to compete effectively and adapt to complex, constantly changing market demands. 

Housing an extensive collection of over 1,200 reference items include books, specialist publications, periodicals, white papers, industry case reports, videos, and CD-ROMs. Here you can learn how to improve your organizational performance by using global standards for bar codes, Electronic Product Code/Radio Frequency Identification (EPC/RFID) and track-and-trace technology, and receive expert advice on improving the effectiveness of supply chain management.

Members are free to read through books, industry publications, magazines, trade journals, research papers, industry cases, manuals and periodicals. Multi-media collections are good referencing for interactive learning.

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday: 9:30am – 5:30pm

Closed for Lunch: 12:30pm – 1:30pm

Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays

Rules and Regulations

The regulations are intended to enable the best use and fairest distribution to be made of GS1 Hong Kong SCM Knowledge Centre. You are abided by the following rules and regulations when using our library services.

Reservation

For any reservation or renewal of library materials, we accept users to make bookings over-the-phone at (852) 2861-8219. The reserved items are kept for only FIVE working days.

Reference Services

We provide basic reference services to library patrons, particularly relating to article numbering and supply chain management and directories. Reference materials are restricted to use within the library and cannot be checked out.

Copyright & Photocopying

With reference to laws on copyright, users must observe local legislation on protection of intellectual property and copyright infringement. Any substantial reproduction of a copyrighted work will constitute copyright infringement. It is a criminal offence to possess illegal copies of copyrighted material for the purposes of trade or business.

Regulations
  • GS1 Hong Kong reserves the right to determine the operational policies of the SCM Knowledge Centre
  • Users must observe Library Regulations at all times
  • Repeated violations of library regulations or misconduct may lead to being banned from the library
  • Please keep quiet in the SCM Knowledge Centre
  • Users must not allow other persons to use his/her Library Card. Loss/damage of library materials must be reported and compensated