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Chasen Holdings: In the business of moving businesses, and making a success of it

Chasen executive director Eddie Siah (left) and chief executive Justin Low believe that rapid technology cycles and the China-plus-one strategy being adopted by multinationals will play in the company’s favour. PHOTO: CHASEN
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SINGAPORE - The severe disruption of global supply chains amid Covid-19 over the past two years has forced companies to adapt, innovate and, in some cases, shift entire production facilities across borders.

The pandemic shuttered the skies, sending air freight costs soaring. Bottlenecks at sea ports and shortage of seamen caused shipping delays. That left land-based haulage and logistics as the more reliable way to move cargo, especially around Asia.

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