Asia’s manufacturing sector is struggling with a persistent gloomy outlook as manufacturers contend with higher costs, weakening regional currencies and cooling global demand. Similarly in Singapore, business sentiments in the manufacturing sector remain negative, as companies experience slowing demand for manufactured goods, amidst continued supply chain challenges and operational cost pressures.
As a key barometer for the health of the manufacturing industry, the automotive sector faces immense pressure to achieve new levels of service and efficiency. What supply chain challenges should manufacturers be most concerned with and how can they navigate an uncertain economic climate?
Find out more from John Paul MacDuffie, Professor of Management and Director, Program on Vehicle and Mobility Innovation (PVMI), Mack Institute, who will be speaking at the Wharton Global Forum Singapore 2023 this March 10-11 at the following sessions on supply chains and the rise of electric vehicles.
|Friday, March 10||11.30am – 12.30pm||Concurrent Session: Rethinking Supply Chains: Resilience, Efficiency, Both? with:|
|Friday, March 10||5.15pm – 5.45pm||Joe Talks: Electric Vehicles|
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