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Wanted: Filipino Supply Chain Talent?

One of the more interesting anecdotes I have come across in the last few weeks comes from a colleague who recently visited South Korea...

The Pipeline

I’m sure this question crossed your mind at some point, but I’m also sure you haven’t really dwelled on it: where would the next...

Sustainability, for Real

Talking about sustainability may seem easy, but in reality it is a very daunting topic - and more so, if you’re talking about how...

For the North

There are many reasons why I am excited for Clark International Airport’s potential. For one, it has the space to grow. Lots of it. Enough...

Let Me Remind You What Public Transport Should Be

SINGAPORE—I write this column from the Little Red Dot, on the sidelines of LogiSYM Asia Pacific 2024. This trip is a good opportunity for...

A Big City Masquerading as a Small Town

PUERTO PRINCESA—The capital of Palawan is a big city masquerading as a small town. Sure, it is an important hub not just for tourists who...

More Power (and Better Power)

It’s that time of the year again, when the state of our power grid is in the news. As I write this (before we...

Aligning for the Planet

Having worked in or attended several industry events in the past decade or so, it’s fascinating to see what topics capture the interest of...

First Impressions

Only late last year did I resume traveling abroad - for business, I must add, not for pleasure - and I remember thinking, “come...

Yes, we can do ‘Swiftonomics’ in the Philippines

The last thing I expected to emerge from Taylor Swift’s ongoing world tour is a geopolitical mini-kerfuffle. In the very off chance you missed it,...