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Logistics giant Geodis eyes Singapore potential in global supply chain shift

Mr Onno Boots noted that the lockdowns prompted logistic firms to seek locations around the region where they can base their production. PHOTO: GEODIS
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SINGAPORE – The drive for more resilient global supply chains has renewed focus on Singapore as a logistics hub, according to a leading executive in the sector.

Mr Onno Boots, president and chief executive of Asia-Pacific at French multinational logistics firm Geodis, added that the need for resilience is just part of the reason why his company plans to keep investing here, among other places across the region.

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