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This event is open for all professionals interested or currently working in Starups in Hanoi, or supply chai professionals in Hanoi, or who are interested in looking for business collaboration for U.S. market through meeting with a delegation of Baylor University (U.S.), Executive Master Program.
Plan, develop, optimize and organise the movement of products right the way through to customers. Direct management of purchasing, warehousing, distribution and delivery to limit costs and improve accuracy, customer service. Examine existing procedures or opportunities for streamlining activities to meet product distribution needs. Responsible for buying the best quality equipment, goods and services at the most competitive prices.
We are currently seeking a Country Commercial Manager, Vietnam to join DHL eCommerce Vietnam! The Country Commercial Manager, Vietnam will be responsible to lead and manage Vietnam Sales and Commercial Support to achieve desired market position and exceed targeted performance in revenue, profitability and service quality. The role is to participate in leadership building, offer full range of e-Commerce products and liaise with other business units within the DHL network.
Hai Duong Province attracted US$202 million foreign investment since the beginning of 2016, with 15 new investment projects, 31 projects with adjusted capital and total registered capital of $76...
Russian and Belarusian automakers are likely to face significant challenges in Viet Nam, although some of their vehicles will enjoy zero-per-cent tariffs when entering Viet Nam from yesterday,...
The HCM City Department of Natural Resources and Environment has given 21 manufacturing facilities in District 12 until year-end to move out of the city.
A seminar calling on investment from Thailand to Việt Nam’s parts supply industry was held yesterday in Bangkok, Thailand, according to the Trade Office of Việt Nam in Thailand.
The growth rate of the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) segment of the Vietnam economy is slowing down, with a few areas showing strong prospects for potential growth.
Viet Nam has been termed the new manufacturing powerhouse of Asia, besides existing giants, such as China, South Korea and Thailand, Bloomberg said.
A few years ago, Nguyen Thi Dung was feeding chickens and planting rice to make ends meet in one of the poorest areas in Vietnam. This year, she expects to earn more than a typical stockbroker in
Vietnam’s economic growth accelerated this quarter, boosted by foreign investments and rising exports.
Hanjin Shipping Co.’s vessels are getting stranded at sea after the South Korean container mover filed for court protection, roiling the supply chain of televisions and consumer goods ahead
Warehouse and Logistic Facilities available for rent in Ho Chi Minh city.
Twenty-first-century supply chains have evolved into world-wide inter-connected supply-and-demand networks comprising vastly more complex operations, with profound inter-dependencies and exposure
A compound of 03 newly-built warehouses:
High quality: see specs sheet
High security: CCTV
Business-not-as-usual: Tackling the impact of climate change on supply chain risk By Richard Gledhill, Dan Hamza-Goodacre and Lit Ping Low
While climate change and increasing temperatures now seem inevitable, there are high levels of uncertainty about the manifestations and magnitude of their impact. What is certain, though, is that climate change will have a multiplier effect on supply chain risk. By looking closely at the nature of a sector and the concentration of supply, it is possible to gauge the magnitude of the impact, with agricultural commodities such as wheat, maize and especially rice more subject to supply change disruption than petroleum, gas, metal ores and scrap. Effective ways to manage the supply change disruptions created by climate change risks centre on three principles: 1) recognising that the risks cannot be viewed in isolation due to their interconnectivity; 2) ensuring that the appropriate risk management procedures are in place including scenario planning; and 3) developing global collaborative strategies to deal with heightened international resource scarcity.