Speed Bumps on the Road to Growth for China’s 3PLs

Supply Chain @ MIT

This article was written by Dr. Albert Tan , Director of Education, Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI). For more information on the research described in this article contact the author who was involved in the study.

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Peeling Complexity in Emerging Markets

Supply Chain @ MIT

There are as many as a dozen middlemen in this supply chain says Dr. Manish Shukla, Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI). This post is based on the article Recasting Middlemen in the Produce Supply Chain in the spring 2014 issue of the electronic newsletter Supply Chain Frontiers. See the full article, and subscribe to Frontiers for free, here.

Talent development essential for supply chain leaders

Supply Chain Movement

This article was first published in Supply Chain Magazine February 2016 and is now brought to you by IMD Business School. >>Please Management Article Talent Development – 2016. Malaysia. Recruiting raw talent is ‘extremely challenging’.

Multiple Constraints of Route Planning in ASEAN

Abivin

Apart from the 2 leading nations – Singapore and Malaysia, other nations like Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam are also rapidly upgrading their road, rail, maritime and air cargo infrastructure in line with ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) frameworks.

Modern Slavery in Today’s Supply Chains

Kinaxis

In a related article by the Guardian , David Noble, chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply, points out just how pervasive this issue is, saying 11% of British business leaders report modern slavery likely already plays a role in their supply chains.

What you should know about ASEAN Last Mile Delivery

Abivin

While Malaysia seeks to strengthen technology and human capital and boost freight demand, Indonesia simplifies logistics regulations to encourage businesses to immerse in e-commerce.

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This Week in Logistics News (November 17-21, 2014)

Talking Logistics

Here are some interesting details from the article: At a 1.2-million-square-foot warehouse in Tracy, Calif., I’m guessing it’s summer.

In Chains: How to Approach Human Trafficking in your Supply Chain

Elementum

In Malaysia, for example, one in three workers are victims of such forced labor. Take the Atlantic’s recent article on human trafficking in Patagonia’s supply chain: the outdoor clothing supplier is one of the leaders in supply chain transparency, yet even they cannot help but encounter forced labor in higher tiers of suppliers. Are You Linked to Forced Labor?

Needed: A New Way to Manage Risk in Low Cost Countries

NC State SCRC

Instead of brand versus brand or store versus store, it is now suppliers—brand—store versus suppliers—brand—store, or supply chain versus supply chain,” as Lambert and Cooper [1] highlighted in a seminal research article in 2000. By deploying the “fast fashion” business model, the apparel industry began to outsource garment manufacture to suppliers and subcontractors in low-cost countries, such as China, India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.

KPI Key Performance Indicators in Supply Chain & Logistics

Logistics Bureau

Later in this article we’ll look at some examples of functional and cross functional KPIs. At the beginning of this article, I stressed the importance of not having too many KPIs. Supply Chain KPIs are Essential – The Right Ones!

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China Flexes Its Global Logistics Muscle

Material Handling & Logistics

This is truly a brilliant plan on China’s part,” explains David Gonsalvez, CEO of the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation, which is part of the MIT Global Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence Network. For example, China is Malaysia’s top trading partner.

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Index Suggests Growth, But Volatility

EFT

The UAE, India and Malaysia (nos. Premium`: Freemium`: Channels: Supply Chain eCommerce/Retail Article Type: Executive Insights

Bridging the Finance Gap for Asian SMEs

Supply Chain @ MIT

The Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI) has developed a framework for helping banks to tap into this vast market. This article was published in the newsletter Supply Chain Frontiers. Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are key drivers of growth in Asia, but they are hindered by inadequate access to finance, particularly from large banks.

Is More Innovation in Education Required?

Enterra Insights

There is a lot involved in trying to level the educational playing field, including how schools are funded; but, funding is not the primary focus of this article. ” If you don’t think technology has a significant role to play in the future of education, read an article I wrote about the Global Literacy Project. Robert Philkill, a senior sales engineer at Teradici, had a similar experience when he introduced his company’s products to remote schools in Malaysia.

China and the global textile machinery

Exapro Hub

Malaysia: 25% / 49%. Thank you for reading our articles, stay informed about the industrial world and Exapro by following us on Exapro Hub , Facebook , Twitter and LinkedIn. With a population of over than 1.4 billion, China is one of the largest consumer markets in the world.

Thailand Courts Foreign Investment, While Leadership Questions Remain

Supply Chain Brain

GDP growth lags that of Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam. Comment on this article. “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). Contrast that with their use of words like “continuity” and “security” to describe the junta-run government’s economic policies since it seized power.