Move Manufacturing Production to Malaysia From China?

Insights Solutions Global

So these companies ultimately choose Malaysia, including HP, IKEA, and H&M. Is Malaysia a place that irreplaceable? The post Move Manufacturing Production to Malaysia From China? The cost of investing in China is increasing, and trade war limits the profit. How to manage your supply chain better? appeared first on Insight Solutions Global. Insight

Bristlecone Flash – February 2019

Bristlecone

MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR PULSE 2019. Don’t miss your chance to get in on the customer-centric antifragility conversation at Pulse 2019! The post Bristlecone Flash – February 2019 appeared first on Bristlecone. AMERICAN CORPORATE APPAREL COMPANY SELECTS BRISTLECONE.

Supply Chain Education on a Global Scale [podcast]

Aborn and Co.

We'll discuss studying abroad in India, Malaysia, and the USA. Supply chain education has gone global! Listen in this week as Manish Patwal - a graduate student from MIT's Global SCALE Network and engineer at john Deere India joins us. Work/life at John Deere in a developing nation.and the brutality of Boston winters.

China’s first commercial self-driving trucks begin operations

EFT

Deppon Express is a leading logistics company in China, with operations in Korea, Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and Vietnam. China Post and Deppon Express have begun autonomous package delivery services with the first self-driving vehicles to be put into daily commercial use in China.

Top 6 Wholesale Distribution Trends for 2019

EMERGE App

But I’m sure many of you in the wholesale and distribution business are thinking: “ What does 2019 hold for the wholesale and distribution industry? In 2019 global supply chains will pivot slowly away from China and make inroads into other nations with a manufacturing base.

Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions for Wholesalers in 2019: Drop Those Bad Habits from 2018

EMERGE App

Here’s our checklist of what your wholesale or distribution business should do in 2019. South-East Asian nations such as Malaysia, Vietnam, and the Philippines are ready with substitutes or alternative suppliers. Introduction. It’s that time of the year again!

Thailand Courts Foreign Investment, While Leadership Questions Remain

Supply Chain Brain

GDP growth lags that of Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam. Officials had promised elections by late 2018, but recent squabbling over the details of a parliamentary election bill could stretch that to as late as February of 2019. “Stop and go.” Sway and swing.” Those were among the phrases that officials voiced at a recent seminar in Bangkok organized by the Thailand Board of Investment (BOI).