Malaysia a Key Link in Asia’s Disaster Resilience Plan

Supply Chain @ MIT

This was one of the main talking points at the 2013 Health & Humanitarian Logistics Conference, hosted by the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI) in Malaysia this June. Each center is also engaged in practical training, such as a program this fall at MISI for UN logistics staff members from Cambodia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, and Pakistan. This post was published in the summer 2013 issue of the MIT SCALE Network electronic newsletter Supply Chain Frontiers.

What Is The Mission?

Supply Chain Shaman

As markets shift—lifecycle shifts, economic changes, and innovation triggers–a well-designed supply chain enables continuous improvement on the Effective Frontier. He hung out in the trees of Cambodia eliminating the Khmer Rouge. He would laugh and say that the new commentaries would always comment that the US was not fighting a war in Cambodia. Technology change is moving faster than process innovation. Daily I see one. You probably also have them in your mail.

Strategic moves among logistics providers

Supply Chain Movement

they want logistics service providers to offer full service on a global scale and are demanding more technological innovation. Cambodia. When asked where their LSPs fall short most often, customers responded with ‘innovation’. Fourth release of 3PL Subway Map Europe.

The Fashion Supply Chain: Unraveling the Reality

Kinaxis

Cambodia, China, Taiwan, India – look at the ‘made in’ labels on your clothing and you’re likely to find these popular clothing manufacturing countries.

Mind Map for Order Management 2.0

Supply Chain Movement

Together with MP Objects, supplier of supply chain software, Supply Chain Movement has created a mindmap for innovative order management, including a handy description of the route and with road signs indicating potential hazards along the way. >>Please Cambodia.

Multiple Constraints of Route Planning in ASEAN

Abivin

Conversely, the much smaller economies of ASEAN – Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar – are still substantially lagging behind. By relying on innovative solutions, companies can reduce costs and efforts.

Mindmap for the Fashion & Luxury Goods Market

Supply Chain Movement

Cambodia. On the other hand, innovations such as wearable technologies are increasingly becoming a standard and technological advancement means that better, easy-to-implement IT tools are available to improve planning across the supply chain.

Mindmap for Global Logistics Integration

Supply Chain Movement

Cambodia. At the same time, a tsunami of technology innovations is flooding the business landscape, creating new possibilities but also more complexity. The world is becoming smaller and larger at the same time through globalization and the internet.

Slavery and Supply Chain Transparency

Enterra Insights

That’s despite promises from the Thai government to crack down on abuses suffered by mostly migrants from countries like Myanmar and Cambodia — and despite pressure from the U.S. “There’s no doubt that what you can’t see can hurt you,” writes Nick Ismail ( @ishers123 ). “But in today’s connected, digital economy, visibility and transparency have never been easier to obtain — even across complex, global supply chains.”[1]

Tectonic Shift: From Audits/Compliance to Due-diligence & Collaboration: Recap of the Forum on UK Modern Slavery

EcoVadis

The discussion touched on advocacy with governments on sweat-shop conditions in Cambodia, and concern about opportunistic employment agencies in Europe who prey on laid-off workers in Eastern Europe, and bring them to UK.

Collaboration: The New Battle Cry of Supply Chain

Supply Chain Network

Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Vietnam experienced similar wage-related strikes and walkouts. If the mantra of the real estate industry is “Location, Location, Location”, the new mantra of supply chain executives is fast becoming “Collaboration, Collaboration, Collaboration”.

BRIC 115

Pharma Trend: Companies are Waiving Drug Patents in Developing Countries

Elementum

Uganda, Cambodia, and Rwanda have already started developing their own pharmaceutical industries, with the help of investments from drug companies in developed countries. There are approximately 5.5 billion people across the world who do not have access to lifesaving drugs.

Navigating the Future in an Uncertain Political and Regulatory Environment

NC State SCRC

Participants also attended the Innovation Showcase in Nelson Hall,, featuring two winning supply chain teams in the undergraduate and graduate divisions! Following this session, we all proceeded to Nelson Hall, to participate in the Innovation Showcase.