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Expect supply chain costs to rise on Brexit Much of the focus on the debate about the EU has been on the impact that any Brexit would have on exports and economic growth.
FROM A-Z, HOW A FOOTBALL REACHES A CONSUMER’S DOORSTEP Consumers rarely think about how a product- such as a football- makes its way from parts in a factory all the way to their doorstep. They think about how quickly they can get...
Australia suspends live cow exports to Vietnam, beef prices may rise The Australian government’s decision to suspend cow exports to some slaughterhouses in Vietnam after reports about inhumane slaughter of cows surfaced could cause a slight...
Booming eCommerce Sales to Drive Intra-Asia Logistics Development Intra-Asia trade will increasingly benefit from the rapid growth of consumption in Asia as a higher percentage of cargo is shipped to end markets within the region versus...
E-grocers struggling to get the right model in India Not too long ago, the online grocery business was the toast of the town. Today, some companies have shut shop, some are struggling, and some have even sold out. From a total of 40...
US’ FDI in Vietnam Vietnam has massive opportunities for attracting foreign direct investment, in particular, investment from the US, which is predicted by some to become the country’s top foreign...
Investing in the future As climate change has ratcheted up in increments of severity in Vietnam over recent years through storms, flooding, and saline inundation, Vietnam and the US are stepping up their...
Solid prospects lie in wood exports to the US The US is currently Vietnam’s largest export market for timber and wooden furniture, generating $2.64 billion in export value in 2015, which accounted for nearly 39 per cent of...
Vietnam prepares for boom in next decade Damco, one of the world’s leading third-party logistics providers, offers customised freight forwarding and supply-chain solutions. The company has expanded its southern logistics...
Hard cash may worry logistics firms: Nielsen The e-commerce industry is expected to reach $100 billion by 2019
Local plastics firms hope to edge out market rivals Vietnamese plastics firms have upped their game in the face of foreign competition.
Shoe makers step up presence In anticipation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership tariff slashes, and due to the rising costs of production in China, Vietnam has become a hotspot for investment by foreign...
Sembcorp brings “innovation park” to Ho Chi Minh City Singaporean company Sembcorp Development, whose joint venture Vietnam-Singapore Industrial Park (VSIP) has been developing integrated townships and industrial parks in Vietnam, has
Footwear investors stepping up game in Vietnam The Nam Dinh Department of Planning and Investment has recently granted an investment certificate for Hong Kong-based Bunda Footwear Company Limited to develop a $47.5 million...
Robots will not shift manufacturing away from Vietnam immediately Robots, despite being cheaper and more productive, will not immediately shift manufacturing away from countries abundant with inexpensive and low-skilled labour, such as Vietnam.
Samsung aims for more local links in chain Korean tech giant Samsung group is incorporating more Vietnamese parts and materials suppliers to link into its supply chain.
Siemens Is Building An Army Of Collaborative Spider Robot Factory Workers Instead of doing one job like typical factory bots, Siemens wants autonomous robots to work together to figure out how to tackle projects.
Supply Chain News: Lean Thinking - For Economies of Scale in Manufacturing, It's All about Repetition The following column comes through special arrangement with the Lean Enterprise Institute. It was authored by Lean consultant Ian Glenday.