[WEBINAR] MALAYSIA IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS: A GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN HUB
COVID-19 is disrupting all manner of businesses throughout the world. One of the
COVID-19 is disrupting all manner of businesses throughout the world. One of the main challenges arising from COVID-19 is the issue of supply chain disruption. In order to help companies’ supply chain become more resilient, Malaysia is offering itself as a Global Supply Chain Hub in Asia.
The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) is attracting foreign companies operating in Asia to relocate to and expand into Malaysia, supporting businesses by working with Malaysian companies that are supported by the Government and are seeing as reliable suppliers for MNCs.
The European Chamber of Commerce in China welcomes speakers representatives of MIDA and executives from DHL Express and B. Braun Medical Industries Malaysia, to discuss the following topics:
- Why Malaysia as Global Supply Chain Hub in Asia
- Value proposition by DHL for a sustainable business ecosystem
- A case in point – company success story
|4:00pm-4:05pm||Welcome Remarks by Mr. Carlo Diego D’Andrea, Vice President, European Union Chamber of Commerce
in China and Shanghai Chapter Chairman
|4:05pm-4:20pm||Dato’ Azman Mahmud, Chief Executive Officer, Malaysian Investment Development
|4:20pm-4:35pm||Presentation by Mr. Julian Neo, Managing Director, DHL Express (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.|
|4:35pm-4:50pm||Mr. Christoph Muller, Senior Vice President Operations and Head Centre of Excellence
Intravenous Access, B. Braun Medical Industries Sdn. Bhd.
|5:20pm-5:30pm||Dr. Ioana Kraft, General Manager, European Union Chamber of Commerce in China,
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