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Asia Pacific Breweries Singapore chose FuturMaster’s Supply Chain Planning tools to support their S&OP process. With the help of FuturMaster’s local presence in Singapore, they implemented 4 modules within 5 months: Demand Planning for Domestic Business, Demand Planning for Exports, Daily Distribution Planning, Weekly Supply Planning. FuturMaster has become their main planning tool and has helped them optimise their inventory and decrease their cost of production, distribution, inventory and procurement.
Learn more at PwC.com - http://pwc.to/19VMeAj Dr. Jih-Chu Lee, Chairperson, Taiwan Financial Holdings Co., Ltd. and Bank of Taiwan Co., Ltd., discusses economic integration, the growth of the RMB, and mobile technologies and innovation in Asia Pacific as part of PwC's APEC 2013 CEO Survey.
Supply chain development in Asia: Managing opportunities and challenges Panellists: Mr Troy Shortell, Senior Vice President, Havi Asia Pacific Mr Dhaval Buch, Senior Vice President of Supply Chain, Unilever Ms Lucy Lei, Vice President, Head of Group Business Development & Regional Key Account Manager, LF Logistics Moderator: Mr Craig Rawlings, Partner, Accenture For more information, do visit supplychainasia.org and like our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/scasia.org.
New technologies such as robots, combined with artificial intelligence and predictive analytics, help supply chain workforces be more strategic and forward looking. Luca Martini, Managing Director, Accenture Strategy Australia and New Zealand and Olaf Schatteman, managing director, Accenture Strategy Operations, Asia Pacific discuss how supply chain workforces and their organizations can harness the benefits of these new technologies. For more: https://accntu.re/2ngf9NO
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With today's long supply chains, particularly for Asia-sourced products, it's essential to have the right transportation strategy in order to stay competitive. Today's most successful companies are employing new strategies that rebalance the transportation component of their overall manufacturing strategy -- and in doing so, they are speeding the time to market, increasing flexibility, lowering inventory costs, and reducing risk. Join Extron CEO Sandeep Duggal, as he presents the successful new strategies Extron is using in re-engineering the transportation component of today's world-class manufacturers. Join Extron CEO, Sandeep Duggal, on Thursday October 11, 2012 at 12 noon Pacific time. In this fast-paced 30-minute webinar, you'll learn, 1. The appropriate metrics for decision-maki...
Richard Brown, vice-president for ICF International, is asking the questions that come with the implications of next-generation aircraft coming into service in for the region at MRO Asia-Pacific. "Over the next 10 years, we're taking delivery of a large number of aircraft into Asia-Pacific which are next-generation aircraft. We see a 900% increase in next-generation aircraft entering service in Asia-Pacific. That has huge implications: in terms of the supply chain, they are highly connected, so we've got data connectivity. How we manage big data, get access to big data? Who owns the data? If we're OEMs, how do we support those aircraft in this region? If we're MROs, how do we get access to the manuals to support those aircraft in those regions? If you're an operator, who do we supply, and...
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After the japanese attack on Pearl Harbour, the Japanese started to consolidate their gains in the East. HongKong had gone with Singapore on the way out. With most of his fleet sunk Admiral Nimitz had to establish a supply route from the USA to Australia, but on the way he had to neutralise the Japanese forces in the Marshall and Gilbert Islands.
Find out more: http://plts.co/j4EB309r72s The US Pacific North West captures bulk of the North Asian corn business, with most of the buying done between October and April. Snow storms and excessive ice caused by the La Nina weather pattern, however, have caused corn train delays from the Midwest and other corn growing regions to US PNW elevators. Agriculture editor Samar Niazi examines the corn supply disruptions, and it’s impact on the North Asian market.