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On Repeat

Speaking to legislators a couple of weeks ago, socioeconomic planning secretary Karl Chua said that the spread of the Delta variant may delay the...

Garbage In, Garbage Out

Before working for SCMAP I was with a logistics products provider, specializing in storage solutions. There was a push towards offering advanced, more automated...

Hampered Nonetheless

One of the first things the Philippine government did when the first community quarantines were declared seventeen months ago was to call for “unhampered...

Who’s Got a Plan?

The main question posed in our SCMAP Live event last week went like this: what’s more important, planning for your supply chain, or executing...

When Will We Get Our Revenge (Shopping)?

When China emerged from its COVID-19 lockdowns in the middle of the last year, a new trend emerged: “revenge shopping.” This trend saw people...

Smooth Like Butter

I’ve been following K-pop for almost ten years now. I’m not an Army—I’m a MooMoo and a Buddy, something you may have gleaned if...

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...