Vietnam, previously the site of key supply chain bottlenecks, might offer hope to end the chip shortage in the long run.
According to DHL’s Global Connectedness Index 2020, Vietnam ranked 38th out of 169 countries, one place higher than in 2017.
Semiconductors are the lifeblood of the modern world, but now there is a critical shortage worldwide and Taiwan is at the center of it.
As regulatory and cost pressures threaten clinical trial supply chains, DHL Supply Chain is tapping into technology to help pharmaceutical manufacturers.
The Covid-19 pandemic has led laboratory supply companies like Agilent to explore multimodal logistics solutions, and created impetus for digitalization.
With Vietnam and the European Union deepening their trade ties, what opportunities lie ahead for the Southeast Asian country?
The Covid-19 pandemic is shaking up global supply chains, but one country will remain a force.
Faced with shortening lead times from retailers, Service Industries continues to put its best foot forward.
A downturn in the semiconductor industry is never a good sign.
There’s still more room for SMEs in Japan to grow by leveraging on e-commerce, manufacturing regionally, and expanding into new services.