Malaysia needs to align its labour laws with international standards to improve conditions in its medical rubber glove industry, according to a new International Labour Organization (ILO) report.
The Covid-19 pandemic “destroyed” aircraft manufacturers’ supply chains, according to Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker, who said he was keeping his “fingers crossed” that manufacturers would be able to keep to delivery schedules.
“Depressed” global demand conditions have driven down trade across the globe, and experts have warned the lack of uptake could create “whiplash effect” in the future.
Porsche is looking to increase its collaboration with manufacturers and suppliers down the tiers to generate in-house expertise and secure long-term supplies.
The UAE logistics market is expected to grow at an annual rate of 6.84% and be worth $11.87bn in 2026, according to a report.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has expressed “deep concern” that two attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Guinea mark a resurgence of piracy in the area.
Scope 3 emissions, while one of the most pressing issues for procurement, are also one of the most challenging. Perhaps because they sit outside of the organisation and therefore its control.
Food, apparel, pharmaceuticals, automotive and beauty supply chains are producing hundreds of billions of dollars of supply chain waste each year, according to a report.