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Optimistic outlook for China and supply chains

The surprising conclusion of this week’s webinar – Post COVID-19 EFFECTS TO THE SUPPLY CHAIN – was how the resilience of China and global supply chains are being highlighted in the Post-COVID world.

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Post-COVID visibility crucial

In a recent global survey, 60% of supply chain managers confirmed that they had been significantly impacted by the pandemic and 68% agreed that technology is critical in protecting their supply chains.

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Stefan’s Asia insights

NGL Asia’s managing director, Stefan Holmqvist, shares some thoughts and insights.

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5 Tips: For Efficient Supply Chain and your Freight Forwarder partnership

Choosing the right forwarding partner and running an efficient supply chain is important. When looking for a logistics partner, consider below five tips:

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Stefan’s Asia insights

NGL Asia’s managing director, Stefan Holmqvist, shares some thoughts and insights.

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Our team talk: Stefan Holmqvist

Stefan Holmqvist, Managing Director of Norman Global Logistics in Asia, talks to us.

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Big US/UK air freight opportunity

While air freight rates from China have softened in the last week, we are seeing much bigger price drops across the Atlantic, with savings of up to 40% to and from some US cities offering a significant US/UK air freight opportunity.

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Our team talk: Linn Jiang

Our Qingdao branch manager, Linn Jiang, is the latest colleague to talk to us.

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Market improves after Coronavirus

The latest supply chain bulletin from NGL Asia includes reports on the local market, together with air and sea updates and the thoughts of managing director, Stefan Holmqvist.

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Yantian survey business outlook

Yantian Container Port (YICT) surveyed major manufacturers, importers and world 50 third-party logistics providers, to get their thoughts on the business outlook for 2020, with over half expecting growth in the third quarter.

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