Blockchain in Supply Chain, Transport & Logistics in Asia

Global Supply Chain Council

For both brands, merchants and retailers, the path to online orders across borders is still a bumpy one. Cross-border deliveries still mean back-office administrative headaches including still major bottleneck with the customs, unexpected duties and taxes, currency conversion issues, increasing risk of fraud and deliveries delays and more.
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Spotlight

UPS, FedEx and other carriers spend large sums of money advertising that all of your parcel shipping needs can be satisfied by one vendor. In return for your business, the carrier will provide (at a very low price, or even free) the hardware and software your company needs to automatically create shipments, assign tracking numbers, print labels, and produce the required end-of-day reports. All you need to do is pick, pack, wrap, and have it on your dock. And, by placing all of you
parcel requests with one carrier, it is reasonable to assume that you will be getting the best rate, given your level of volume. How can things get better than that?

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

improving the traveller experience with real-time planning and incentives

In these uncertain times, one of the keys to bringing travellers back on board public transport is rebuilding trust. Riders need to trust that the transport systems they’ve relied upon in the past are still safe, dependable and efficient. In this webinar, Moovit’s Frank Kopas discussed how agencies can utilise apps as rider engagement tools and gain insights to improve operational plans. Cubic’s Robert Sprogis provided an overview of how municipalities, transport agencies and operators, and large businesses can leverage rewards and incentives to manage travel behaviour and passenger loads. Cubic’s Bonnie Crawford also provided use cases for marrying the rich rider and operational data for improved traveller experiences.
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The Art and Science of Making Sustainability your Competitive Advantage

Don’t let misconceptions about the cost and effort associated with supply chain sustainability deter you from taking action. There are many ways to reduce your environmental impact that don’t involve major investments in new equipment or higher-cost services from your transportation partners.
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European Road Freight - from disruptions to solutions

The challenges that road freight has been facing in Europe The best solutions to avoid disruptions and mitigate losses Ways to navigate capacity constraints while reducing costs and using benchmark data to your advantage
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Emerging supply chain risk trends for 2022. And How to Adapt

This in-depth briefing will cover what to expect from continuing supply chain risks, including increasing regulations, risk convergence, and risk evolution. Plus, a look at other challenges on the horizon, including shifts in trade policy that may contribute to further disruptions, the influence of consumer behavior and automation, and lingering Covid-related impacts. It also discusses a new organizational approach to supply chain risk, which suggests key future areas on which to focus, such as the need for end-to-end risk assessments, heightened verification, and new ways to communicate more efficiently throughout the supply chain
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Spotlight

UPS, FedEx and other carriers spend large sums of money advertising that all of your parcel shipping needs can be satisfied by one vendor. In return for your business, the carrier will provide (at a very low price, or even free) the hardware and software your company needs to automatically create shipments, assign tracking numbers, print labels, and produce the required end-of-day reports. All you need to do is pick, pack, wrap, and have it on your dock. And, by placing all of you
parcel requests with one carrier, it is reasonable to assume that you will be getting the best rate, given your level of volume. How can things get better than that?

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