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Diversifying the Supply Chain

june, 2020

tue09jun4:00 pm5:00 pmDiversifying the Supply ChainHSBC Webinar in collaboration with MIDA and BMCC4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Event Details

Hear from HSBC and our partners on how supply chains are being shifted in a post-Covid world. 

  • Tuesday, 9th June 2020 
  • 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Malaysia time 

COVID-19 has exposed the vulnerabilities of a complex global supply chain built on the principles of lean manufacturing. As seen in multinational companies across various industries, inherent risks of inventory and single-sourcing models driven primarily by cost control were further demonstrated when China went into lockdown. Therefore, with forward-thinking supply chain management and a focus on strategic sourcing, diverse suppliers can be a cornerstone of any organization’s success. 

In light of this, HSBC is collaborating with Malaysian Investment Development Authority (“MIDA”) and British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (“BMCC”) to organise a webinar to discuss current trends influencing supply chain strategies and how supply chains will be redesigned in a post-covid world. 

In this exclusive webinar, our guest speakers will talk about plans and actions taken by some of the leading multinational companies in Malaysia to recalibrate their supply chains in an increasingly protectionist global economy and their responses to the supply chain disruptions wrought by COVID-19. MIDA will also discuss on how Malaysia is well-positioned and will benefit from the supply chain dislocation given Malaysia’s well-developed infrastructure, legal system, business-friendly government policies, deep local talent pool and competitive labour cost. We look forward to you joining us and our webinar. 

Speak to our experts: Get the opportunity to interact LIVE with our experts in our interactive Q&A session on Zoom. 

Registration link: https://lnkd.in/gnbweeK

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