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Schnell Jeng — Director of Products & Services, Global Forwarding, Asia

Schnell Jeng is currently Director of Product & Services of Asia Global Forwarding and General Manager of Taiwan office. He has worked in the freight forwarding and logistics industry for over 35 years and brings a great wealth of expertise and experience in air freight and contract logistics. Prior to C.H. Robinson, Schnell was Managing Director of DB Schenker, Taiwan. Schnell is also an Executive Director, responsible for training and development of the Taipei Airfreight Forwarder and Logistics Association of Taiwan, and Taipei Customs Brokers Association. Schnell holds a Master Degree in International Business Management from National Taiwan University and also a Customs Broker License in Taiwan.  He is a qualified instructor for FIATA (International Federation of Freight Forwarders Association) in freight forwarding and supply chain management courses and qualified instructor for IATA (International Air Transport Association) in Air Cargo Introductory course.

Expect Uncertainty for Inbound Shipments into Asia and China

Geopolitical uncertainties such as Brexit, the China-U.S. trade war, and the trade conflict between Japan-Korea all impact today’s shipping market. A lot of C.H. Robinson’s coverage of these and other disruptions has focused on what it means for companies shipping into North America. But these same disruptions are also causing serious challenges to the transportation industry in China and Asia at large.  » Read More

Supply Chain Solutions: What You Can Learn From the Semiconductor Industry

Supply Chain Solutions: What You Can Learn From the Semiconductor Industry | Transportfolio


Companies in technology-based industries are vulnerable to becoming obsolete unless they can quickly assess their biggest supply chain challenges and apply the right resources to solve problems. It helps to have a reliable, global logistics provider that understands what’s at stake—a provider that works closely with the organization to meet special industrial logistics requirements. The semiconductor industry offers lessons for all in how any technology business can develop reliable, cost effective approaches that help them compete.
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