Doing Business in Thailand


Once known as Siam, Thailand became a constitutional monarchy in 1932. Thailand is the only Southeast Asian country not colonized by a European power. Thailand borders the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand. Manufacturing in Thailand. Thailand imported $203.2

Flash Group raises $150M, becomes Thailand’s first unicorn

The Supply Chain Journal

Thailand-based Flash Group, a logistics startup also known as Flash Express, announced this week it has raised $150 million in a Series D extension and Series E round. Flash Group has not specified a timeline for expanding beyond Thailand.


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AstraZeneca Vaccine Faces More Supply Hurdles, Now From Thailand

Supply Chain Brain

AstraZeneca Plc’s COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing partner in Southeast Asia has missed a delivery target in Thailand and shipments to other countries in the region have been delayed, the latest setback for a shot that was meant to be the backbone of the global inoculation effort

Thailand to Start Shipping Line to Boost Status as Logistics Hub

Supply Chain Brain

Trade-reliant Thailand plans to launch a national shipping company next year to bolster its trade capabilities, reduce transport costs and become a bigger player in global logistics as the Malacca bypass opens

Dealing with the Climate in Your Thailand Warehouse Design

Logistics Bureau

In general, design considerations for warehouses in Thailand differ little from anywhere else in the world. For example, while not unique to this country, issues such as heat and high humidity must be allowed for in many aspects supply chain operation in Thailand, warehouse design included. Either way, for warehouses in Thailand that house largely manual operations, adding some form of climate control will make a marked difference to productivity.

Thailand Ecommerce Logistics for ASEAN Enterprises: Should You Go Local?

Logistics Bureau

The ecommerce market in Thailand has never been healthier and all the signs indicate huge potential for growth in the next few years. With the Thai government’s Thailand 4.0 Statistic: By 2022, Thailand’s ecommerce market is expected to be worth around $5.8 That said though, there are some generic pros and cons of local versus cross-border strategies for ecommerce logistics in Thailand. Relative simplicity compared to starting a new operation within Thailand.

Power Problems in Thailand Highlight Need for Supply Chain Software


The latest example of how data collection systems can help companies mitigate supply chain risks comes from Thailand. The post Power Problems in Thailand Highlight Need for Supply Chain Software appeared first on RFgen.

Innovative Approaches to Supply Chain Risk


This scenario played out for thousands of companies after the Japan earthquake, the Thailand floods and numerous other smaller scale disasters. Inventory management Supply chain risk management IBM Japan Natural disaster Risk management Supply chain Taiwan Thailand by John Westerveld Imagine yourself in this scenario; You wake up at the usual time, and over coffee, you review the news. As you flip through the articles on your iPad, you see it. A major earthquake in Taiwan.

Power Problems in Thailand Highlight Need for Supply Chain Software


The latest example of how data collection systems can help companies mitigate supply chain risks comes from Thailand. Writing for Forbes, supply chain professional Jon Bovit recently noted that the amount of natural gas coming into Thailand from Myanmar is expected to drop precipitously at the beginning of April. The post Power Problems in Thailand Highlight Need for Supply Chain Software appeared first on RFgen.

Requirements for eCommerce businesses in Thailand


Likewise, Thailand is being contemplated to be known as one of the fastest-growing e-commerce markets in Southeast Asia. however, Thailand procures remarkable atmospheric conditions for e-commerce. These are needed to be followed while expanding business digitally in Thailand.

Should You Move Manufacturing From China to Thailand?

Insights Solutions Global

So why do these companies ultimately choose Thailand? Is Thailand a place that irreplaceable? The post Should You Move Manufacturing From China to Thailand? It is true that the cost of investing in China is increasing, and it is a reasonable practice for companies to withdraw from the Chinese market. appeared first on Insight Solutions Global. Insight

Should You Move Manufacturing From China to Thailand?

Insights Solutions Global

So why do these companies ultimately choose Thailand? Is Thailand a place that irreplaceable? It is true that the cost of investing in China is increasing, and it is a reasonable practice for companies to withdraw from the Chinese market.

Top 10 eCommerce Marketplaces in Thailand


There is a lot more to Thailand than just pristine beaches and holiday hotspots. Largely a nation that depended on its exports, Thailand has seen its fair share of ups and downs owing to military coups and near recession like situations in the last decade. Lazada Thailand.

Elephant in the Room: Thoughts on Metrics That Matter in Semiconductor and Hard Disk Drives


Reliance on suppliers beyond the US borders has extended the length of the supply chain, and opened it up to significantly more risk, as demonstrated by the impact of the Thailand flooding on both the Semiconductor and HDD segments. Demand management Inventory management Supply chain collaboration Supply chain management Broadcom Hard Disk Drive Inventory OEM Original equipment manufacturer Semiconductor Supply chain Thailand by CJ Wehlage.

Thailand Distribution Network Design: Should You Optimise or Wait?

Logistics Bureau

Big changes are on the cards for Thailand’s transportation infrastructure, assuming the government’s plans to upgrade road and rail networks between now and 2022 come to fruition. No doubt if you rely on a distribution network to supply customers in Thailand, you have been keeping an interested eye on developments, as at some point, they may provide opportunities to reduce logistics costs for your business. Statistic: Thailand’s planned infrastructure upgrade is worth US$25.2

Ecommerce in Thailand – A complete guide to sellers


As big brands are increasingly moving into the Southeast Asian markets, Thailand is fast becoming one of the primary countries of interest. According to a survey conducted by Global Web Index, Thailand boasts of over 50 million internet users, most of them between the ages of 16 to 64 years.

Thailand and Philippines set to boost Jafza investment

Logistics Middle East

Business delegates from Thailand and the Philippines set to boost Jafza investment

DP World and Thailand discuss UAE investment

Logistics Middle East

DP World Chairman and CEO and deputy prime minister of Thailand explore the potential for DP World to contribute in the country?s s economic growth

HAPM Magna Moves to the Cloud with QAD Adaptive ERP


HAPM Magna Seating System (Thailand) is a global automotive supplier and leader in the seat adjusting mechanism industry. in Thailand and Magna International in Canada.

Most Asia-Pacific consumers unhappy with delivery experiences

BluJay Solutions

BluJay Solutions, a global provider of supply chain applications, has launched a new report ‘The Delivery Experience,’ which surveyed more than 7,000 consumers across APAC, including Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia.

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The path to recovery from COVID-19 – LogiSYM August 2020

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

This analysis focuses on four Southeast Asian economies: Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Thailand. To a certain extent, this shows the adaptability of the logistics industry in Thailand, responding to the disruptions caused by COVID-19.

Webinar: Supply Chain Mapping Insights


Despite numerous supply-chain upheavals inflicted by disasters in the last decade — including the eruption of a volcano in Iceland, the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, Thailand floods, and Hurricanes Maria and Harvey — most companies still found themselves unprepared for the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mountains and the Supply Chain

Logistics Bureau

Details and Booking Thailand: Supply Chain Performance Seminars (Bangkok) . Details and Booking Australia: Supply Chain Performance Seminars (Sydney and Melbourne) . Best Regards, Rob O’Byrne. Email: Phone: +61 417 417 307. Free Logistics and Supply Chain Events Videos

The Green Corridor – Logistics’ Role In Preventing The Next Pandemic

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

Or how did trinkets made with ivory, whose trade has been globally banned since 1989, find its way to a black market in Thailand? The Green Corridor – Logistics’ Role In Preventing The Next Pandemic. by Tim Foote, Founder of Susymbio.

“Best” E-commerce Distribution Network for 2025 [Infographic]


Using the 2025 estimated population for China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand (approx. Are you looking to (re)design your APAC supply chain to keep up with growing e-commerce demand? The “best” distribution network depends on your business strategy.

How To Overcome Supply Chain Disruption


A virus in China disrupts auto manufacturing in Detroit , or a flood in Thailand takes out a cluster of research and production facilities. Supply chain disruption is a fact of life for every company that moves any type of product.

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast with Joe Lynch

The Logistics of Logistics

Joe began his career as an automotive design engineer and eventually was promoted to program launch manager for Jeeps built in Thailand and China. The Logistics of Logistics with Joe Lynch.

The Daily Dash: Good May for Old Dominion

The Supply Chain Journal

Flash Group raises $150M, becomes Thailand’s first unicorn. The Daily Dash is a quick look at what’s happening in the freight ecosystem. In today’s edition, we highlight a strong report for Old Dominion, an interesting sustainability study and more. The High Five.

Cutting Emissions Through Better Transportation Planning

Logistics Viewpoints

For example, if they buy a component for their hardware products in Thailand, they have an estimate for the logistics emissions associated with the component.

A chat with Scott Phillips

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

Whilst I am Australian born, I was fortunate to have had an educational background spanning 3 continents, Australia, Thailand/Singapore and Denmark. Global Supply Chain & Sourcing Director for ECCO Global Shoe Production & Sourcing.

‘Just so big’: China’s outsize role in trade at Texas border crossings

The Supply Chain Journal

Laredo’s other top trading partners were Japan, Nicaragua, Malaysia, Germany and Thailand, according to U.S. China is the predominant country, but we see products from Japan, Thailand and Vietnam,” Oltikar said.

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Global Logistics—January 2016

Inbound Logistics

sign liberalized air transport deal; global manufacturers shift production to Bangladesh, Thailand, Korea and Vietnam

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The Cost to Serve Bangkok Customers… And Why it Matters

Logistics Bureau

In this short article, I’m going to explain why not knowing the cost to serve (CTS) is a mistake that could be limiting the profitability of your business operations in Thailand. You see, the costs you incur in running your supply chain make up a significant part of your overall business expenses, and in Thailand, there are plenty of logistics challenges that, left unaddressed, may be costing more than you realise. Thailand Cost to Serve Analysis: What it Can Reveal.

Tuk-tuk: funny name, but: Real transportation

The Lean Supply Chain

Tuk-tuks are the sputtering, three-wheeled motorcycle taxis that can be found jockeying for position in the clogged streets of Bangkok, Chiang Mai and other cities in Thailand. While riding in a tuk-tuk can be described as more chaotic than comfortable, taking at least one ride is mandatory for a true, Thailand experience. Tuk-tuks in Thailand. The Tuk-tuks found in Thailand are open-air, three-wheeled carriages attached to a motorcycle chassis.

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Solar panel logistics: tariffs waived for 24 months

Kanban Logistics

In recent months, the US Commerce Department has been investigating whether “imports of solar panels from Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam are circumventing tariffs on goods made in China.”