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Opportunity for Asean in supply chain shifts due to trade war

The Covid-19 crisis and the US-China trade conflict present an opportunity for Asean to emerge as a growing market of end demand and a resilient base of production, Senior Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam said yesterday. “Fundamentally, we have now the opportunity of building a more resilient and more integrated Asian supply chain, in other words, an

Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing at ChongQing - Logistics Institute of Singapore (LIS)

Singapore welcomes Asean countries to use new trade route to access western China

Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing has urged officials from Asean to consider using a new land and sea trade corridor linking western China to South-east Asia, as it is faster without costing more than the existing route via the Yangtze River. This opens up tremendous opportunities for new products, including perishable produce, he

Solar Panel installed at Warehouse Rooftop - Logistics Institute of Singapore (LIS)

Sembcorp to build solar farms atop three Cache Logistics Trust warehouses

Sembcorp Industries has signed an agreement to install and operate rooftop solar farms at three logistics warehouses in Singapore owned by Cache Logistics Trust. Under the arrangement, the integrated energy player will install, own and operate rooftop solar panels with a combined capacity of 7.9 MW peak, atop Cache’s Commodity Hub, Pandan Logistics Hub and

Opportunities beyond the coastal provinces in China Chan Chun Sing - Logistics Institute of Singapore (LIS)

Opportunities beyond the coastal provinces in China

There are still many more opportunities for Singapore companies in China beyond the coastal provinces, such as in the western and central regions, Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing said on Tuesday (Nov 6). He said that the Singapore government is working with the Chinese authorities in many areas to help companies in

Amazon plans to split second headquarters in 2 cities - Logistics Institute of Singapore (LIS)

Amazon plans to split second headquarters in 2 cities

Amazon.com Inc is planning to split its second headquarters evenly between two cities, people familiar with the matter said Monday, in a twist to a more than year-long contest that has drawn overtures from locales across North America. REUTERS: Amazon.com Inc is planning to split its second headquarters evenly between two cities, people familiar with