MANUFACTURING

Manufacturers ramp it up despite coronavirus

Syngenta Singapore ran into difficulty when the Malaysian movement control order kicked into gear to prevent further spread of the coronavirus.

Pandemic prompts manufacturers to rejig supply chains, operations

AS BUSINESS gradually resumes in the recovery phase of Singapore's pandemic response, manufacturers here are making major changes to their supply chains and operations in facilities both locally...

A manufacturing renaissance can lift Singapore

COSTS while important, will become secondary, as governments and companies focus on strategic and critical manufacturing in the coming years, putting Singapore in a position to further strengthen...

Kitchen Culture proposes acquisition of 40% stake in sanitiser maker

CATALIST-LISTED Kitchen Culture Holdings has entered into a non-binding term sheet with Guangdong Fon-neus Environment Protection Technology Inc in relation to a proposed acquisition of a 40 per cent...

Outbound cargo rates soar as Covid-19 slashes airfreight capacity

OUTBOUND freight rates are skyrocketing on the back of weeks-long labour shortage and disruptions to logistics links that continue to dog operations in China, although there is still international...

Slow recovery for Singapore companies with China operations amid outbreak

WHILE production has resumed for the manufacturing sector in China, analysts are expecting slow recovery for Singapore-listed companies with facilities there.

Singapore firms face supply delays as factories remain closed in China

Manufacturers in Singapore had been waiting for factories in China to reopen yesterday after the extended Chinese New Year shutdown due to the coronavirus outbreak which originated in Wuhan.

Factories feeling the strain from supply and labour shortages

MANUFACTURING companies in Singapore are beginning to feel the strain from supply chain disruptions and labour shortages, as China enters its third month of grappling with the fallout from the...

Production, shipment delays hit manufacturers

Singapore manufacturers are concerned that delays in production, shipment and delivery due to shuttered factories and quarantined workers arising from the worsening coronavirus outbreak will...

Firms affected by the outbreak

One of the world's largest smartphone manufacturers has suppliers in Wuhan, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak.

2 local SMEs partner Rolls-Royce, A*Star

ROLLS-ROYCE, the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star) and two local enterprises have jointly developed a new technology that automates part of an inspection process in jet engine...