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Vietnam's coffee exports in January are estimated to have dropped 17.6 percent from a year earlier to 120,000 metric tons, while rice exports likely fell 29.5 percent, government data released on Friday showed.

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SENIOR ADVISORY CONSULTANT - CEL

CEL is a unique firm specialized in Supply Chain Management providing consultancy, technology and training solutions in the field of Demand Management, Supply Chain, and Logistics in emerging markets. Agility, efficiency, and scalability being critical conditions for success in fast-growing economies, we have tailored our approach around the dynamics and constraints specific to the emerging environment. We offer insights, perspectives, solutions, and deliver financial results to our clients in Asia, South America, Africa, and Oceania. For this, we develop new generation business solutions integrating the latest technologies including Big Data, Machine Learning, Modeling and Simulation.

 
SUPPLY CHAIN CONSULTANT - CEL

CEL is a unique firm specialized in Supply Chain Management providing consultancy, technology and training solutions in the field of Demand Management, Supply Chain, and Logistics in emerging markets. Agility, efficiency, and scalability being critical conditions for success in fast-growing economies, we have tailored our approach around the dynamics and constraints specific to the emerging environment. We offer insights, perspectives, solutions, and deliver financial results to our clients in Asia, South America, Africa, and Oceania. For this, we develop new generation business solutions integrating the latest technologies including Big Data, Machine Learning, Modeling and Simulation.

 

SUPPLY CHAIN SOLUTION ASSISTANT MANAGER - YUSEN LOGISTICS

We, YUSEN LOGISTICS (VIETNAM) CO., LTD was established in 2003 with 19 offices in Vietnam.
With the core supply chain elements, such as International Freight Forwarding (by air or ocean), Contract Logistics - Warehousing, and Transportation (such as trucking), Yusen Logistics (Vietnam) Co., Ltd can offer complete supply chain solutions utilizing high quality infrastructure, modern warehouse facilities, and proven IT systems to meet and exceed the expectations of our customers.

 

      
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January-April crude oil exports down by US$1 billion The world’s oil price plunge led Vietnam’s crude oil export turnover to fall by US$1 billion in the first four months of this year, according to the General...
Thailand’s Amata to develop $1.6bn complex in northern Vietnam: media A Thai industrial estate giant is reportedly teaming up with a Vietnamese counterpart to develop a hi-tech industrial complex in a city in northern Vietnam that is home to the...
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Japanese stationery firm to build third factory Japanese stationery supplier King Jim Co. Ltd planned to build its third plastic paper file factory in Viet Nam by late 2016, the firm said.
Ministry suggests increasing export tariff on in-demand tapioca chips The Ministry of Finance has proposed to increase export tariffs on tapioca chips and ethanol, considering their high demand in the domestic market.
Railways to open doors to external investment A train is running from the northern region to the southern region. The railway sector is expected to lure capital investment from the society to develop logistics service.
Apple Watch: Generating “Supply Chain Strain” or Simply a Blockbuster? The vast majority of high-tech manufacturers would be thrilled to have a single item with even half the back-order demand as the Apple Watch every couple of years, let alone more
Incentives for inland waterway transport investors The Ministry of Transport has unveiled a slew of incentives for private enterprises committed to inland waterway transport projects, including a 50% loan interest subsidy and a...
Experts criticize Vietnam’s latest petrol price hike The Ministry of Finance has said Vietnamese consumers should feel relieved as the petrol price increases on Tuesday were much lower than they could have been, a view strongly...
One-door customs mechanism launched The national one-door customs mechanism was officially launched at ports in five localities, namely Quang Ninh, Hai Phong, Da Nang, HCM City and Ba Ria-Vung Tau, yesterday.
Talent Drought Threatening Today’s Supply Chains According to a newly released "2015 Supply Chain Survey" from Deloitte, only 45 percent of supply chain and 40 percent of procurement executives at U.S.-based global...
Advance, Achieve, Succeed with the New Institute for Supply Management Mastery Model New global standards of excellence outline the path to success as the profession evolves.
Vietnam needs US$2 billion to modernise ships Viet Nam will need at least US$2 billion until 2020 to modernise its fleet of vessels, Deputy Head of Viet Nam Maritime Administration Bui Thien Thu has said.
SOEs sale to single investor planned The Finance Ministry is drafting a circular regulating the sale of the entire or more than 50 per cent of on-auction shares of State-owned enterprises (SOEs) to a single...