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Every Little Bit Helps

Last week SCMAP—alongside the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Philippine Exporters Confederation, and the Export Development Council—submitted a joint position paper to...

A Supply Chain Angle on Vaccine Hesitancy

Can vaccine hesitancy be explained and explored through the lens of supply chain management?   I’ve had this question in mind after our most recent SCMAP...

(Re)startup

The news late last week that major logistics player Fast Logistics is acquiring a stake in e-commerce enabler Great Deals reminded me of the...

Redress the Imbalance

As I read about how differently various countries are faring in the fight against COVID-19—of how rich countries are able to inoculate their populations...

Making Plans for Resilience

This past week, as we continue working on the next issue of our official magazine, Supply Chain Philippines, I wrote about two industry roadmaps...

Last Mile Models for Vaccine Rollout

If you had taken part in SCMAP’s events from, say, six years ago, you might remember Carla Sanchez, the friendly, indefatigable presence at our...

Call in the Experts

In its many pronouncements over the past year, the government has portrayed the arrival of a vaccine against COVID-19 as some sort of “silver...

Still a Long Way to Go

It’s been a year since the Philippines—at least all of Luzon—went under its first lockdowns in an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19.   A...

Speed and Urgency

It’s probably too early to tell, but there are indications that the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in countries is having a significant impact in...

Invest in the Logistics

The issue of rising meat prices is a complex one that strikes deep in the hearts—and bellies and wallets—of ordinary Filipinos.   There are many facets...