15 minutes | Oct 15, 2021

#18: Supply Chain in Vietnam post COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has put significant impacts on supply chains worldwide and negatively affected global operations. Vietnam itself has not been spared as several prevention measures have been implemented to contain the pandemic. These measures have caused a large-scale disruption of business activities and have reportedly led to massive interruptions and bottlenecks of supply chains in many cities and provinces across the country, where major industrial parks are located. As a result, many manufacture enterprises are unable to obtain sufficient raw materials and then fall into the production standstill. Component shortages, production interruption, etc. due to social distancing policies have led to a severe decrease in Vietnam’s transport, logistics, and export value chain. Let's join Marko Walde and Chi Pham - our hosts in this episode together with our valued guests , Ms. Thanh Bong, from Karl Gross, and Mr. Nguyen Xuan Ky, the CEO and General director of Cai Mep International Terminal discussing on the current situation and how to be resilient and to re-open the economy in Vietnam sustainably.  #PartnerInVietnam 
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