SINGAPORE -- Modern food retailing in Asia is being hampered by an archaic and inefficient supply chain in most markets -- and business investors should seriously consider setting up new distribution systems, warned speakers here at the 41st CIES Executive Congress. on, multiple small suppliers making hundreds of direct store deliveries daily, inefficient product handling, lack of knowledge, lack of supply continuity and distribution centers with inadequate cooling facilities. Ron Floto, ...

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