LogiSYM Vietnam 2020: Securing Networks & Cyber Security Safeguards

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

Vietnam 2020 Vietnam2020A panel session joined by: Serene Keng, Head of Channel, ASEAN+Korea at Proofpoint Inc. Tony Lugg, Founding Member, Supply Chain Innovation Network at KATALYST. Darwin Thio, Managing Partner at SRS Advisory Pte Ltd and SRS Cybernetics Pte Ltd.

LogiSYM Vietnam 2020: Supply Chain and Sustainability – Disruption to Opportunity

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

Vietnam 2020 Vietnam2020A panel session joined by: Dr Renard Siew, Climate Change Advisor at Centre for Governance and Political Studies. Francis Xaviour Joe, General Manager at Accuvio Asia. Raul Samaniego, Director of Supply Chain ASEAN at AJE Group.

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LogiSYM Vietnam 2020: Galvanising Supply Chain Change, the Time is Now!

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Vietnam 2020 Vietnam2020A keynote speech by Stephanie Krishnan, Research Director at IDC Manufacturing Insights Asia/Pacific.

LogiSYM Vietnam 2020: Warehouse Modernization – Meeting the challenges of a post pandemic economy

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Vietnam 2020 Vietnam2020A presentation by Royston Phua, Senior Advisor – Vertical Marketing Strategy – Asia Pacific Supply Chains at Zebra Technologies Asia Pacific.

LogiSYM Vietnam 2020: Navigating the global patent thicket – How to build IP resilient and flexible supply chains

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

Vietnam 2020 Vietnam2020A presentation by Dr Jonas Block, Head of Artificial Intelligence Development at IPwe.

LogiSYM Vietnam 2020: EU-VN FTA Agreement – The Benefits to Adopt

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

Vietnam 2020 Vietnam2020A panel session joined by: Bipin Balakrishnan, Partner – Tax at KPMG. Nguyen Duy Hong, Deputy CEO at Smartlog Supply Chain Solutions Corporation. Russell G Scoular, Chairman at Chatto Creek Advisory Pty Ltd.

LogiSYM Vietnam 2020: Logistics in Vietnam – Trends & Opportunities

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

A presentation by Stephen Higgins, Director, Capital Markets at JLL Vietnam, hosted by Bob Gill, General Manager SEA at ARC Advisory Group. Vietnam 2020 Vietnam2020

LogiSYM Vietnam 2020: Constructive Disruption to Route to Market

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

Vietnam 2020 Vietnam2020A presentation by Nguyen Gia Anh Vu, Global Sales Director – General Trade at Royal FrieslandCampina AMEA.

The Urgency To Transform Vietnam Cold Chain Logistics

Abivin

With the rise of living standards in Vietnam, the demand for high-quality food is increasing rapidly. However, despite its potential, the cold chain logistics sector in Vietnam has been fragmented with small and medium service providers that provide localized services that do not cover the.

The Urgency To Transform Vietnam's Cold Chain Logistics

Abivin

Recently, with a number of , new trade agreements , a new goal for Vietnam in the current context is set to become a smarter cold chain that can fully exploit its potential. With the rise of living standards in Vietnam, the demand for high-quality food is increasing rapidly.

LogiSYM Vietnam 2020: People Reading – Using cross cultural data to improve business relationships in uncertain times

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

Vietnam 2020 Vietnam2020A keynote speech by Kyle Hegarty, author of the ‘Accidental Business Nomad’ at Leadership Nomad.

LogiSYM Vietnam 2020: Identifying an organization’s AI and ML maturity – How the current state of an organization’s people, process, and technology makeup positions them for an AI, ML, BPA, and RPA initiative.

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Vietnam 2020 Vietnam2020A presentation by Dr Justin Goldston, Professor of Project and Supply Chain Management at Penn State University.

Distribution Models in Vietnam: Primary, Secondary, and Last-mile Distribution

Abivin

Vietnam has over 150 shopping centers, 800 supermarkets, 9,000 traditional markets and 2.2 There are 3 common models regarding distribution in Vietnam: Primary distribution, Secondary distribution, and Last-mile distribution. Supermarkets are thus mushrooming as the favorite distributor in Vietnam. Vietnam has 1,765 convenience stores in total up to now, which means one store serves roughly 54,400 people [3].

The Status of Logistics in Vietnam: A Very Brief Appraisal

Logistics Bureau

To help you with your research, we decided to put together this brief summary of the logistics landscape in Vietnam. As the logistics industry in Vietnam becomes more liberalised, opportunities are opening up for new enterprises to cash in on a growing domestic and international demand for locally produced or manufactured products. Key Logistics Challenges in Vietnam. Success with any business venture in Vietnam will depend upon the ability to surmount logistics challenges.

Vietnam shipping and selling eCommerce guide

Vinculum

Vietnam is one of the up-and-coming destinations for shipping and selling your products through eCommerce. Vietnam’s eCommerce users in 2020 are 45.6m Online marketplaces in Vietnam. Some of the leading eCommerce business in Vietnam are: Shopee.vn. Shipping to Vietnam.

Supply Chain News on Companies Moving Sourcing Out of China, but Vietnam, other Countries not Ready for Prime Time

Supply Chain Digest

Vietnam is Practically Sold Out of Capacity, but Finding Component Sources is Major Challenges

Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City) Workshops

LSCMS

Location: Vietnam Institute of Logistics (VIL). 3, Ho Chi Minh City, VietNam. Vietnam diploma education ho chi minh city saigon schedule subjects vietnamPlease refer to the timetable for upcoming workshops on our events page. Formerly known as MGC Institute of Logistics (MIL)]. Thien Son Building 8th floor. 05 Nguyen Gia Thieu St., Dist. Email: info@vil.com.vn. Tel: (84-8) 39330148 Fax:(84-8) 39330147. Website: www.vil.com.vn.

Vietnam’s Air Exports to the U.S. Increase as China-U.S. Trade War Simmers

Logistics Trends and Insights

Our latest Freightwaves article looks at Vietnam’s air exports to the U.S. VietnamFor the first four months of this year, air export volume increased 16.7% while air export customs value increased 29.7%. Smartphones were the largest commodity that was exported to the U.S. during this period. Air Cargo Asia Exports Imports Trade US Smartphones U.S.

Industry Insight: E-commerce in Vietnam

Vinculum

Vietnam, a nation ravaged by wars and epidemics through its recent history, has shown tremendous grit while establishing itself as one of the world’s fastest-growing economies. Largely dependent on agricultural produce, Vietnam struggled financially until the United States of America lifted its economic embargo on the Southeast Asian nation in 1994. But the genuine signs of moving forward were evident after Vietnam and the USA signed a Bilateral Trade Agreement (BTA) in 2000.

India or Vietnam, Who’s The New China?

Insights Solutions Global

India or Vietnam, which one is the new China? The post India or Vietnam, Who’s The New China? This is a question that's been on manufacturers' mind for a long time. In this post, we'll share with you our insights about these 2 countries and see if we can get to the bottom of the question. appeared first on Insight Solutions Global. Insight

MobiVi: Establishing Credit Lending In Vietnam Using Telecom Technologies

The UCLA Anderson Global Supply Chain Blog

MobiVi: Establishing Credit Lending In Vietnam Using Telecom Technologies By Hau Lee (Stanford), Jawad Masood (UCLA), and Christopher Tang (UCLA). Like many developing countries, access to credit for middle and lower classes through formal banking channels is limited in Vietnam. By the end of 2011, there were one million credit cards issued in Vietnam only to the high-income class because of the absence of a personal credit bureau.

Vietnam ‘has bitten off more than it can chew’ as it struggles with growth

American Global Logistics

The Loadstar – Air cargo capacity serving Vietnam is on the rise. The post Vietnam ‘has bitten off more than it can chew’ as it struggles with growth appeared first on AGL. Last week, Ethiopian Airlines started a weekly B777F service to Bangkok and Hanoi, and in line with the carrier’s triangular strategy, the flight is routed from its home base via Europe to Asia. These flights make Ethiopian the first African carrier to operate […].

Global Supply Chain News on Chinese Factories becoming Desperate, Li and Fung CEO Says

Supply Chain Digest

Vietnam has Benefitted, but is Now Almost Sold Out

DSV and Abivin partner to digitize and optimize last-mile transport

Abivin

Going forward, DSV in Vietnam will use Abivin vRoute, a logistics optimisation platform that digitises last-mile transport processes including dynamic optimisation of route plans and track and trace information on each delivery. About DSV in Vietnam.

Lone survivor rescued from cargo ship off Vietnam coast

Logistics Middle East

Philippines officials confirm two bodies recovered & 16 crew missing

The Importance of Building Successful Relationships in Emerging Markets

PLS Logistics

Analyzation of countries such as Myanmar, Vietnam, and Cambodia, prove that emerging markets are popular again, as suppliers are increasingly flocking to these new manufacturing hubs. Small, independent suppliers within emerging markets offer great benefits to established retailers in developed markets, and the relationship is one that is valuable and extremely worthwhile for both parties. Supply Chain Culture Manufacturing Retail Emerging Markets International Suppliers Relationships

LogiSYM Supply Chain Magazine – December/January 2021

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LogiSYM—Vietnam Digital 2020 Download the latest LogiSYM Supply Chain Magazine.

Supply Chain Video News on What Countries will Benefit Most from TPP

Supply Chain Digest

New Study from the World Bank Puts Vietnam at the Top of the Lis, and the USA Last

Shortages in Medical Supplies Linked to Imports

Logistics Trends and Insights

Vietnam. year-over-year as compared to January 2019: Increases were also noted in three other top-five importing countries for the month of January with imports from Burma and Indonesia more than doubling compared to January 2019 and volumes from Vietnam increasing 21.7% Disruptions in global trade have impacted businesses across all industries as well as by consumers at the cash register.

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From Dirt to Denim: A Global Textile Logistics Story

CH Robinson Transportfolio

From Vietnam, China, Egypt, Israel, and the U.S., One of the most rewarding parts of logistics is keeping the world’s economies running—and not just at the end-product stage. For instance, our global textile logistics team uses country-specific knowledge and expertise across trade lanes to take your everyday blue jeans from dirt to denim. it takes supply chain experts to move raw materials and bring the finished product to your doorstep.

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Etihad Cargo announces freighter operations to Hanoi

Logistics Middle East

Freighter service between Abu Dhabi and Vietnam''s capital city starts

The Small & Medium Enterprises (SME) World – LogiSYM July 2020

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

William currently resides and operates from Hong Kong, Singapore and Vietnam. Governments around the world are rightly concerned about the current and after-effects of Covid-19 on their economies and particularly, on small businesses.

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Top 7 Digital Transformation Technologies For The Supply Chain

Abivin

In Vietnam, the mechanization in Logistics activities has started to take new initiatives. 8]Vietnam Logistics ,,Report 2019, Ministry of Industry and Trade (Vietnam), page 41. ,[9]. ,Industry, 4.0

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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Bringing It All Back Home – OTR TMS Supports Reversion to Regional Manufacturing

Supply Chain Collaborator

With trade wars and tariffs pinching operational profitability, manufacturers are looking at alternative locales like VietNam, India and, Mexico. Will the trend toward a return to “regional manufacturing” boost volumes in over the road transportation in North America as manufacturers move away from Asian overseas operations?