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    1. It's difficult to say when production in Thailand will return to normal.
      In Toyota, Apple and Western Digital supply chains sunk by Thai floods
    2. Thailand is such a critical cog in the global supply chain for some of these industries.
      In Unprecedented claims prompt leading insurer to ask for supply chain details
    3. Japan and Thailand have set a whole set of hares running.
      In Spotlight: What will hi-tech supply chains look like in 2012?
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    2. How Much Do Companies Really Worry About Climate Change?

      Explore HBR Blog Network (Mar 4 2014)

      How Much Do Companies Really Worry About Climate Change? ...l assets or massive disruptions to supply chains (like auto and hard drive companies found out with floods in Thailand in 2011). Most survey respondents probably miss these systemic issues. And very few would consider t... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Nike   Coca-Cola   Thailand

    3. Global Oil & Gas Refinery MRO Services Market

      Explore PR Newswire (Sep 10 2013)

      ...Asian-Pacific region includes the following countries–China, India, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, Myanmar, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Australia, New Zealand, and others*. - Europe: Coveri... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Australia   Taiwan   Turkey

    4. Realising the dream of greater intra-African trade

      Explore Polity.org.za (Jul 22 2013)

      Realising the dream of greater intra-African trade ...ssful Greater Mekong Subregion economic cooperation programme, signed between Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam, is cited as an example. Of the 20 ‘development corridors’ established by African regions... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   Asia   South Africa

    5. Demand For Supply Chain Leadership Will Only Get Stronger

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Jul 10 2013)

      Demand For Supply Chain Leadership Will Only Get Stronger ...er for the Americas. July 10, 2013 A volcanic cloud descends on Europe, disrupting flight plans. A tsunami in Thailand ripples across the Pacific and affects port activity in California. Forest fires in Los Angeles close... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Miami   Pacific   DHL

    6. Transnet Engineering explores new markets

      Explore BDlive (May 3 2013)

      Transnet Engineering explores new markets ... Majoka said there were many other opportunities in Latin America and in Southeast Asia, in countries such as Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam. Transnet had commissioned rail studies and established that there would be inc... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Australia   Africa   South Africa

    7. HSBC outsources FM across property portfolio

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (Jan 28 2013)

      HSBC outsources FM across property portfolio ...es Lang LaSalle’s responsibilities, and renews existing facility management services in North America, China, Thailand, Mexico and Panama. Jones Lang LaSalle also acts as one of HSBC’s regional transaction partners, serv... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   Mexico   China

    8. Majors court kingpin Eni on Mozambique gas bonanza

      Explore Engineering News (Dec 11 2012)

      Majors court kingpin Eni on Mozambique gas bonanza ...epwater specialist, recently bought into a Rovuma venture led by Malaysia's Petronas, while Shell lost out to Thailand's PTT in a $1.9-billion bid for Cove Energy, a partner of Anadarko in Mozambique. "I remember this us... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   Africa   Thailand

    9. Aluminium Billet Production set to climb at an annual compound annual growth rate of 4.4 per cent from 2010 to 2016 in Asia, Finds Frost & Sullivan

      Explore PR Newswire (Jun 27 2012)

      ...compound annual growth rate of 4.4 per cent from 2010 to 2016 in the selected countries of Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand and Malaysia. "Regional extruders import aluminium billets from China, India and the Middle East, ind... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Taiwan   India   Asia

    10. China top target as SA farmers look east

      Explore Engineering News (Jun 25 2012)

      ...ruit export volumes into Europe. South Africa announced recently that it has started exporting fresh fruit to Thailand after 14 years of talks between the countries. To subscribe to Engineering News's print magazine emai... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Taiwan   Asian   European Union

    11. Ford laments fragile supply network

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (May 9 2012)

      Ford laments fragile supply network ...eral months. The growth experienced by Ford Motor Company is putting considerable strain on its suppliers in Thailand, leading to delays in shipments of certain vehicles to its Asian markets. The delays were most felt b... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   Asia   Thailand

    12. Commodity prices in 2012 will make or break procurement teams

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (May 2 2012)

      ...o the challenge that supply chain complexity presents. The earthquake and tsunami in Japan or the flooding in Thailand might be obvious examples of how physical events exposed both the vulnerability to risks that existed... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Japan   Thailand

    13. Seagate ushers in new procurement chief

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (Apr 23 2012)

      Seagate ushers in new procurement chief ...nd materials organisation. Following the disruption caused to the hard-disk drive market by the flooding in Thailand, Seagate has been streamlining its global supply chain operations as well as transitioning its portfo... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Thailand

    14. Buyers must invest in contingency planning before it's too late

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Apr 19 2012)

      ...el lines. “This explosion is the latest in a number of incidents such as the tsunami in Japan and flooding in Thailand to underline the importance of supply chain to businesses,” he said. “Risks to supply chains are defi... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Japan   Thailand   David Noble

    15. Supply chain disruption among ‘greatest risks businesses face’

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (Apr 19 2012)

      Supply chain disruption among ‘greatest risks businesses face’ ...ontrol procurement of all of their global and local insurance programmes. "The natural disasters in Japan and Thailand during 2011 caused widespread supply chain and business interruption failures for the automotive and ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Japan   Thailand

    16. Risk management a growing focus, say CPOs

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (Apr 10 2012)

      Risk management a growing focus, say CPOs ...s fraught with major disruptive events, including the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan and the floods in Thailand. The results are the first from our newly launched Procurement Intentions Index, a longitudinal surve... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Japan   Thailand

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