200% the investment of a developed nation
Is China’s proportional logistical governmental investment.
is roughly how fast Vietnam’s logistics sector is growing. Logistics account for 20-30% of Vietnams GDP. This is driven by their projected worth which is to be roughly $600 billion by 2020.
Japan has recently lost manufacturing activity to cheaper offshore markets, this loss has paved the way for further growth in Japan’s logistics and transportation sectors
Manchester is famous for being the first industrialised city, home to the first canal and railway station used to transport goods from Manchester’s factories. Learn about logistics from where many of today’s ideas began!
Toyota Production System, a long term symbol of Japan’sleadership in logistics stresses the importance of continuous improvement are trying their best efforts to match supply and demand to reduce inventory and eliminate waste to ultimately learn the supply chain from supplier to consumer
Vietnam’s logistics industry has built trust with several international customers which help local advantages and cooperating with foreign firms to integrate logistics activities
Foreign companies dominate express delivery, sea-freight forwarding, and specialized logistics services and have gained a strong presence in China.
Recently, CRCC Asia interns have been involved in the following projects:
Liaising with potential business partners regarding their cross-border logistics needs.
Researching for a Report
Researching import legislation to write a report for a trading company.
Customer service, managing a database of clients, advising and taking note of special considerations or problems.
Supply Chain Logistics
The company is a St. Louis, Missouri-based global transportation enterprise, specializing in company supply chain, the movement of household effects and high-value products. It is among the largest and most recognized moving firms in the world.
With regional headquarters in the Netherlands, Canada, and Singapore, their service centers are found in all the world’s major centers of commerce.