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Supply Chain Asia - October 27, 2018
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> TOP STORIES
Many companies are ready to relocate supply chains if the cost of importing Chinese goods becomes prohibitive.
Beauty Retailer Feelunique, Seko Logistics Partner — www.ttnews.com Feelunique, a European online beauty retailer, has partnered with Seko Logistics to open a distribution hub in Hong Kong.
Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering) has developed robots that can operate in factories, warehouses and other spaces in the logistics sector.
The Yangon Regional Government is going to develop the Ngwe Pin Lel Integrated Logistics Zone and Inland Water Transport Jetty under a public-private-partnership (PPP) agreement.
Selected out of 10 finalists, Joonaak is a startup that provides delivery and warehousing in Cambodia.
> UPCOMING EVENTS
Bringing together China’s leading retail executives in an exclusive event that explores a vast range of leading fulfilment strategies across path to purchase, pick and pack operations and last mile delivery.
At the Digital Procurement Forum, you will get the chance to hear how leading companies in Indonesia are working on harnessing data and using technologies to support value-creation in procurement.
During this event, we will take a closer look at what elements make a modern warehouse successful. We will discuss software, hardware and other warehouse stuff along with practical case studies in Indonesia.
This is a unique forum connecting blockchain experts, supply chain and logistics decision makers and tech innovators. This intimate gathering will explore the use and deployment of the technology to help their supply chains.
> INFOGRAPHIC OF THE WEEK
In a new era of growth, Walmart will need to push its supply chain even harder to preserve margins and profitability. And small tweaks such as floor wax and light bulbs, along with bag and receipt sizes, indeed add up.
> LATEST POSITIONS
This China Logistics Manager role will be based in Shanghai and is rotatable depending on strategic business requirement. This position requires extraordinary flexibility and adaptability in taking care of internal & external customers.
Global Supply Chain Manager, Google China As a Global Supply Chain Manager, you'll work on the supply chain for consumer devices. You'll execute the team's material acquisition strategy and work closely with Engineering teams to ensure material and part availability.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST
Chain.NET is Asia's largest virtual network for professionals in supply chain, procurement, logistics & operations management.
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