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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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What Supply Chain Could Possibly Get 150 Million Products Onto The Global Market? If a company produces a top-selling product on the back of hundreds of suppliers, it has to be incredibly well organised, it also makes the company susceptible to mistakes, one...
Insights from the Gartner Warehouse Management System Magic Quadrant The analysts at Gartner, led by Dwight Klappich, have released the 2014 version of the "Magic Quadrant" for Warehouse Management Systems (WMS), as always providing a...
Delta to benefit from transport links The Mekong Delta area could increase its annual export value from the current US$10 billion to $18 billion within the next three to five years if linkages between the provinces...
Japanese SMEs keen on VN, expect better business climate Many Japanese small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) find Viet Nam a prime destination for business in Southeast Asia due to the country's stable political environment and
German firms to look at local market during Asia-Pacific meet A meeting of leading German companies in Viet Nam will be an opportunity to promote trade and investment between Viet Nam and Germany, and other European Union countries, said...
Thai Binh offers more incentives for investments This northern province has committed to luring both domestic and foreign investors by providing favourable conditions for them.
Do You Really Need to Replace Your Warehouse Management System? Despite the benefits of upgrading to more modern supply chain software, many firms have resisted the call to upgrade or replace their warehouse management systems.
Why a Network Model Makes Sense for Today’s Automotive Suppliers Supply chain organizations within the automotive supplier industry contribute to manufacturing excellence in many ways, including quality, cost, and delivery to their OEM and...
Supply Chain Planning & Execution – Merge Ahead In the last two decades there have been many innovations in advanced planning systems such as new forecasting algorithms, multi-echelon inventory optimization and transportation...
From supermarkets to retail stores, imported meat floods Vietnam market Nguyen Thanh Hien drops by a butcher’s store near downtown Ho Chi Minh City every Sunday to buy Australian beef to treat her family members on the weekend.
Garment sector urged to tighten operations Garment and textile businesses should assume defensive postures to maintain market share and tighten up operations, as a precaution against decline, said Hoang Ve Dung, deputy...
Mapping Supply Chains in the Global Economy We all know that supply chains are becoming more and more global, but how often can we actually see them becoming more global?
Transformations in Manufacturing Lead to Future Smart Plants Imagine if an enterprise in the United States was able to access vital product line information of a subsidiary plant in India or a crank shaft supplier being able to locate its...
Walmart Scales Back Supercenters, Focuses on Smaller Stores, Omnichannel Strategy Walmart management is trying to turn a very big ship. As supercenters underperform, the focus has shifted to small stores and omnichannel initiatives, moves confirmed by Walmart...
Local firms adopt sustainable practices The difficulties they faced in production and business during the economic downturn have encouraged domestic enterprises to follow sustainable development practices now and in...
Procurement, Tax Considerations, and a Procurement Operating Company It's Time for Procurement to Get Better Aligned with their Company's Tax Experts
Collaborative Sourcing Reduces Costs & Time Increasingly, the supply chain and procurement departments are turning to digital solutions, rather than traditional manual systems, to maximize results. Recent research points...
Amazon is reportedly opening a physical store. Here’s what that could reveal about the future of retail. Amazon.com is reportedly planning to open its first physical store, a move that could mark a key strategic shift for a retailer that has been a pioneer of e-commerce.