Raymon Krishnan, The Logistics and Supply Chain Management Society

Raymon Krishnan, The Logistics and Supply Chain Management Society

3 March 2020
Supply chain disruptions due to Covid-19
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, outbound freight rates are skyrocketing. The reason for the increase is due to labour shortage and disruptions to logistics that are linked to operations in China. Raymon Krishnan, President, The Logistics and Supply Chain Management Society tells us why freight rates are increasing and how Singapore businesses can avoid the high cost of getting their supplies

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11 December 2019
Outlook 2020: Trade and supply chain industry in Singapore
As the year draws to an end, the trade outlook in Singapore is appearing to be rather bleak as our exports continued a downward trend which started eight months ago. This is not surprising because after all, as Singapore is a small economy with a trade exposure that runs as high as 396 percent of its GDP. Raymon Krishnan, President of The Logistics and Supply Chain Management Society tells us if external factors like the US-China trade war is the cause for the downward trend in Singapore’s economy and what to expect in 2020.

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