ModusLink takes EICC leadership role

ModusLink Corporation

To date, the EICC Facility Recognition Program has recognized 10 global sites including facilities in the US, Mexico, the UK, Thailand, the Philippines, Hungary and Malaysia. Blake Cambey is a Regional Quality Manager at ModusLink I’ve written before on our company’s work with the EICC.

Top 6 Wholesale Distribution Trends for 2019


It could make things like no other country could in large volumes, at consistent quality and at competitive prices. They could be trusted to deliver products at the usual quality, on time, every time. China, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Malaysia produced Japanese branded goods.

What you should know about ASEAN Last Mile Delivery


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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“Too Big to Fail”: 10 Things you Need to Know About El Niño


A shorter monsoon season in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia will help miners procure more materials, used heavily in the electronics industry. Burning rainforests in Indonesia are wreaking havoc to Southeast Asian economies and air quality, impacting numerous industries.

Why Global Trade Agreements must be part of your supply chain planning: Guest Post by Tim Barnes


He has put together some great advice here about how the TPP is going to dramatically impact the supply chain landscape in the near future… Supply chain decision makers play a continuous game of identifying what and where to source raw materials, the most cost effective location for assembly, and the most efficient structure of their transportation network, to achieve the ultimate goal of low COGS, good quality and delivery to their customer base in an efficient timeframe.

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Complex costs of transportation

Supply Chain Movement

The location of any package that is part of an order can be traced; status information about time, quality, and relevant financial aspects all need to be recorded and monitored during transportation execution. Malaysia. 10 questions about Freight Spend Management.

Supply Chain Solutions: What You Can Learn From the Semiconductor Industry

CH Robinson Transportfolio

Cost reductions, without sacrificing product quality and speed to market. Multiple audits by the quality team at this company revealed that sometimes, no internal impact to the equipment had actually occurred.

Sector collaboration on sustainability accelerates, as a sixth industry creates an initiative with EcoVadis


The AIM-Progress initiative also successfully hosted regional events, like the latest October conference aimed at Southeast Asian suppliers, primarily in Malaysia, designed to facilitate peer-learning and information-sharing around regulatory compliance and other core supplier challenges.

Who said supply chains are boring?: Supply Chain Corporate.

Supply Chains Rock

By the end of 2008, we had completed a cumulative total of 553 initial audits; including expansion into three additional growth market countries (36 initial audits): Argentina, Malaysia and Vietnam. But again its not just because IBM wants to be a "good-doer" as stated in the report, these efforts will "result in higher quality goods and services for our customers.". Who said supply chains are boring?

What’s New in 2015 for the supply chain world? See 2014?s predictions.

Supply Chain View from the Field

The recent spate of terrorism in France, the massive and mysterious number of airplane disasters in Malaysia, and even more regulatory risks will continue to drive greater disruptions – which again means better communication, risk mitigation, and early warning systems to alert managers when there is a problem.


Who said supply chains are boring?: Using GPS to track cargo.

Supply Chains Rock

They are an innovative producer of high quality sweeteners, breath mints and semi-pharmaceutical products, has begun working with arviem to improve its global supply chain visibility for trade lanes between China and Europe. 4 comments: logistics malaysia. Who said supply chains are boring? Whenever I tell a friend, colleague or family member about my job as soon as the words "supply chain" are muttered I immediately see glassy eyes followed by a yawn or two.

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Is More Innovation in Education Required?

Enterra Insights

Life-long learning and early cognitive development are top priorities, as is fostering critical thinking and creativity as well as the human qualities of empathy and grit.”[7] Robert Philkill, a senior sales engineer at Teradici, had a similar experience when he introduced his company’s products to remote schools in Malaysia. Earlier this year, Linda Brown, the Kansas school girl at the center of the 1954 Supreme Court case Brown v.

The Upswing of Chinese Logistics Companies


In 2015, the Asian-Pacific region dominated the industry with significant impact from China, India, Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, and Malaysia. Forecast to grow by a CAGR of 7.5% by 2020 globally, the logistics industry is booming.