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Balancing Flexibility and Fragility
The Netherlands - Revolutionising The Shipping Industry
Navigating the Growing Private Label Supply Chain Market in Asia
Konecranes reinvents the RTG
Ensuring the Benefits of Using a Third Party Outweigh the Risks
A Heart for Talent
Global Sourcing: Underestimating Quality Risks
Balancing Flexibility and Fragility Flexibility is necessary in the manufacturing industry as global changes in workforce, production and availability create a dynamic marketplace. This flexibility has given rise to lean manufacturing that focuses on delivering error-free products to customers in the right quantities, without having much stock on hand after filling an order.
The Netherlands - Revolutionising The Shipping Industry As the world becomes more connected, global trade and freight distribution have grown at a tremendous rate. This growth has, in turn, generated a huge demand for the traditional TEU shipping containers in which almost all manufactured goods are currently transported.
Navigating the Growing Private Label Supply Chain Market in Asia With new research, an exciting opportunity is presented to the private label market in the Asia- Pacific region for manufacturers and retailers alike. However, to successfully utilise this chance, it is vital to ensure a good, collaborative relationship between supplier and retailer.
Konecranes reinvents the RTG Launched in Singapore on 8th April, the Konecranes BOXHUNTER brings the RTG operator down to earth. The cabin has been brought to the truck lane, the heart of the container handling action.
Ensuring the Benefits of Using a Third Party Outweigh the Risks With the number of serious fraud incidents occurring across Asia, it is surprising to note that companies are still falling short of mitigating avoidable risks when managing third-party relationships.
A Heart for Talent There is plenty you can learn about a person just by being in his workspace. As the Supply Chain Asia team stepped into the office of Mr Paul Graham, CEO (Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa) of DHL Supply Chain, what first caught our eyes were the rows of photographs proudly displayed on a nearby table.
Global Sourcing: Underestimating Quality Risks While the share of third-party costs in revenue has been rising for years and numerous studies have raised awareness of sustainable purchasing, practice shows that there is a common trend towards “Best Cost Sourcing”, which can involve considerable risk factors.

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Supply Chain Asia - Event Highlights

  • Supply Chain Asia Awards 2014 | 20 Nov
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    Supply Chain Asia Awards 2014

    20 November 2014, Singapore

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    A successful night for the winners in our 12th Supply Chain Asia Awards 2013, Hong Kong. 

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    2 to 4 September 2014

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