Cross-border commerce from/to China comes with logistics challenges, such as international shipping, reserving inventory for international sales, choosing an appropriate online payment provider, and a myriad of rules governing local and international sales, taxes and duties. On May 10, the Global Supply Chain Council (GSCC) brings you again the Cross-border E-commerce Logistics Forum in Shanghai.
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If you have not registered yet, join the Indirect Procurement China Forum, our flagship procurement event of the year! Taking place in Shanghai on March 14, this is the largest gathering of indirect procurement, purchasing and sourcing professionals, representing all major industries/sectors in China. Learn step-by-step from lessons learned and case studies shared by well-known
While hotel, office, and residential land account for the large majority of overseas deals, Chinese investors are increasingly interested in industrial parks and logistics centres. Foreign industrial parks are an element of the government’s "One Belt, One Road" plan to establish infrastructure links with Africa, central Asia and the Middle East. On February 23, we
The burgeoning logistics sector in Japan is being driven by fundamental changes to retail patterns, as is happening elsewhere in the world. Japan currently lags behind in the development of e-commerce and third party logistics but is catching up rapidly. While international players have been first-movers in the development of modern logistics facilities, logistics is
Direct cargo trains between China and Europe are no longer a logistical novelty but are a core strategy for many companies to get products across Eurasia in less than half the time it takes to ship by sea for less than half the cost of air. Over 1,700 trains have now crossed this continental expanse
In the ever-changing business landscape, companies across industries have been challenged by startups. Not only can technology companies be disrupted by a small team of engineers in a garage, the startup phenomenon is now affecting the logistics sector. On January 11, the LogTech Asia Forum will take place for the 2nd time in Hong Kong.
In 2017, the Global Supply Chain Council (GSCC) is scaling up its events in North East Asia and this is your opportunity to influence the industry, generate new leads and create real business opportunities. Have a look at some events we are working on:– Jan 11: LogTech Forum (Hong Kong) http://hk.logtech.asia – Jan 13: Rail
Supply Chain Management (SCM) is an essential element to operational efficiency. I know it, you know it, and leading manufacturers, retailers and brand owners know it. Paradoxically, most companies in Taiwan do not have a great deal of control in their supply chain as a result from over-reactions, unnecessary interventions, second-guessing, mistrust, and distorted information.
Registration for the Philippines Supply Chain Summit is still open and you can grab one of the last remaining seats! Taking place next Thursday, November 17 at the Holiday Inn & Suites Makati in Manila, this summit is your chance to hear from our thought leaders as they share their insights to the most current
Utilizing the best available technology in procurement can give your company a strategic advantage over the competition, driving fewer costly errors, enabling better service quality, allowing for quicker decisions, and ultimately lowering the administrative overhead associated with procurement. Launched in 2012 and brought to you by the Global Supply Chain Council (GSCC), the Procurement Technology