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Philip Morris CPO, Hafed Belhadj, talks about what it takes to become a Best-in-Class procurement organization. He also delves into the strategies employed to surmount various supply chain obstacles that posed risks to production continuity.
Philip Morris CPO talks about becoming a Best-in-Class Procurement Organization
Philip Morris CPO, Hafed Belhadj, talks about what it takes to become a Best-in-Class procurement organization. He also delves into the strategies employed to surmount various supply chain obstacles that posed risks to production continuity.Read Interview
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