LogiSYM Supply Chain Magazine – March 2018

Restructuring Supply Chains to Better Match the CPTPP Trade Agreement This edition discusses the necessity of digitalization for supply chain flexibility in the UAE, examines the impacts of globalization and technology on freight logistics, and explores supply chain restructuring to align with the CPTPP trade agreement. Articles in this edition include:

Flexing IT: Supply Chain Flexibility and the need for digitalisation in the UAE – LogiSYM March 2018

[vc_single_image image=”8054″ img_size=”large” qode_css_animation=””]The following is an executive summary of a report that looks at the impact of diversity of demand channels and the need for supply chain flexibility. This explores digitalisation as both a driver of the need for flexibility, and an opportunity to be harnessed in the back office to achieve service level […]

The Challenges of Freighting the Freight – Where to from here considering the encroachment of Globalisation & Technology – LogiSYM March 2018

[vc_single_image image=”8044″ img_size=”large” qode_css_animation=””] Topic: Examining the challenges concerning Sea side and Landside freight movements, and some of the responses of international companies in meeting global demand. Since the mid 1950’s when Malcolm P. Mclean from Nth Carolina first started his new business model by shipping freight in truck trailers and transferring the trailers straight […]

Restructuring Supply Chains to Better Match the CPTPP Trade Agreement – LogiSYM March 2018

[vc_single_image image=”8033″ img_size=”large” qode_css_animation=””]While there are now hundreds of free trade agreements that have tied countries together, especially in Asia, for more than two decades none have been as powerful for firms as the upcoming Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). What makes this deal—signed by Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, […]