supply chains

Some 46% SE Asia biz opt for omnichannel strategies

by AZALEA AZUAR / pic by TMR FILE NEARLY half (46%) of businesses in South-East Asia prefer to adopt and…

2 years ago

Price hike issue: Strict enforcement needed in supply chains – Academic

by BERNAMA KUALA TERENGGANU - Reliance on middlemen who dominate the market is often the cause of the exorbitant increase…

2 years ago

The World’s Relentless Demand for Chips Turns Deadly in Malaysia

While companies and governments push to keep supply chains running, ordinary people are the ones putting their lives at risk…

2 years ago

Does Talk of Covid Dividend Make Any Sense?

By BLOOMBERG You might have thought Covid-19 was done teaching the world a lesson — but it’s not done challenging long-held…

2 years ago

Bayer CEO Says Labor Costs Will Increase Next Year

By BLOOMBERG / Pic by AFP Bayer AG’s chief executive officer said labor costs will increase next year, as global…

2 years ago

AT&S expects chips shortage to persist

The global shortage will at least take another 12 months to stabilise and bring up capacities by ANIS HAZIM /…

2 years ago

Speedy vaccination to revive construction sector

A viable option for speedy vaccination is by setting up a mobile centre to vaccinate workers on-site by ANIS HAZIM…

3 years ago

EMS sector gains from supply shift to SE Asia

Customers aim to double product portfolio by 2025, expanding their existing product categories and venturing into new areas by ANIS…

3 years ago

Food traceability — know what you eat

The dramatic increase in global trading and the complexity of supply chains have caused several issues concerning the authentication of…

4 years ago

China imports stuck at India ports show standoff casualties

NEW DELHI • Imports from China have been piling up at Indian ports pending government clearances, causing concern that a…

4 years ago

Uproar among workers supplying the world’s meat is spreading

The uproar raises the spectre of mass protests that could threaten global meat supplies just as supply chains unravel WINNIPEG…

4 years ago

Covid-19 could cost Malaysia’s economy RM5.9b this year

World Bank says sectors affected are tourism, FDI, supply chains and commodities, which include palm oil and O&G by NUR…

4 years ago