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Managing change in the supply chain

2016 Supply Chain Awards winners share insights on the future of the industry - which is facing headwinds from intense competition and technology

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Elaine Low on opportunities for the industry: "The rise of the middle class in Asia resulting in increased consumption power. And an expanded market for consumer goods and Asia-tailored products."
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Anthony Heng on key challenges: "Typically, smaller SMEs are left behind in part due to lack of information dissemination and relatively high logistics outsourcing costs that are not cost effective.Collective efforts are needed."
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Cheong Kin Seng on the digital economy: "The digital economy is a challenge for existing 3PL companies who employ proprietary platforms and are not as willing to open that up and collaborate with others."
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Steven Lee's view on the logistics/supply chain sector as an engine of growth: "Supply chain will remain one of the key engines for Singapore's growth as it supports the various pillars of the economy and consumer demand."
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Moderator Paul Lim, founder/president of Supply Chain Asia, focused on the intensifying competition and future challenges for the supply chain industry at the roundtable.

MODERATOR

  • Paul Lim, founder and president of Supply Chain Asia (SCA) - Singapore's foremost professional body that connects and trains logistics and supply chain industry professionals.

ROUNDTABLE PARTICIPANTS