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Prevent and Monitor Shipping Damage in Real-Time to Improve Profits

Tive

Before freight monitors and trackers came around, there is no telling what condition a product will be in when it reaches its destination. More often than not, the goods arrive in good condition. However, there are those scenarios when something happens to them while in-transit, and this is what every company seeks to avoid. Supply Chain Visibility Tive Perishables Food

BEST Inc. expands its express delivery services in Southeast Asia

EFT

Integrated supply chain solutions and logistics services provider BEST Inc., which hails from in China, is expanding into Southeast Asia. BEST's launch of express delivery services in Malaysia, Cambodia and Singapore follows its entry into Thailand and Vietnam last year. The Company plans to operate a total of twelve sortation centers and around 400 service stations across Malaysia, Cambodia and Singapore over the next three years.

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Why SMEs May Lead a Shift Away from China Sourcing

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The Coronavirus pandemic has raised concerns over China sourcing, accelerating the trend in businesses around the world seeking secondary sourcing countries. Heading the list of alternative manufacturing hubs are Vietnam, India, Thailand, and Mexico. Small businesses may be nimble enough to rapidly shift away from China, but larger businesses may take longer to turn the ship onto a different trajectory.

As ecommerce Volumes Soar, Parcel Carrier Leverage their Position

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