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Philippine Institute of Supply Management (PISM)

Inventory Exchange is currently a member of the Philippine Institute of Supply Management (PISM). The company joined the organization in 2012. PISM is the country’s premiere professional association of supply management practitioners. It was founded on November 13, 1968 as “Purchasing Association of the Philippines” (PAP) as a non-stock, non-profit organization. It was renamed as the “Purchasing and Materials Management Association of the Philippines” (PMMAP) last November 21, 1988 to include materials management and inventory planning and control practitioners into its fold.

InEx is expounding its partners and resources by acquiring membership from several supply chain and logistics associations in the country, InEx aims to be posted and kept up-to-date with what is happening around the world in terms of Supply Chain and Logistics, to be abreast in new technique and development in the field. The company wants to gain expose in business relationship and forge new contact as well as to refresh our knowledge and expertise to be able to acquire new skills.


Inventory Exchange is currently a member of the Philippine Institute of Packaging (PIP). The Packaging Institute of the Philippines (PIP) is a national association to promote the recognition of Packaging as a science and as a profession aiming to stimulate good packaging consciousness in the industry and among end-users. Current membership in the PIP is consist of users, manufacturers, and suppliers of packaging materials and packaging services.

The Institute was founder by 31 charter members in March 1967 and was registered on March 20, 1975, with the Securities and Exchange Commission as a non-stock, non-profit corporation. PIP is a member of the World Packaging Organization (WPO) and is also a founding member of the Asian Packaging Federation (APF)

InEx is involved in procuring packaging materials for its client, that is reason it joined the PIP to better know what is currently happening in the packaging industry and to proportionally adjust on changes need to be done. It also wished to connect with fellow members anticipating future partnership and collaboration. The company is looking forward to benefit from the trends present nowadays. More importantly, to be aware of current commodity prices helping its clients to cut down in costs in terms of their packaging requirement.