A Case Study of Singapore as a Logistics Cluster

Rahul Krishnan (SP Jain Management Centre, Singapore), Anvita Desai (SP Jain Management Centre, Singapore), Han Vu Tran Ngoc (SP Jain Management Centre, Singapore), Nazia Tarannum (SP Jain Management Centre, Singapore) and Tien Phan (SP Jain Management Centre, Singapore)
Copyright: © 2012 |Pages: 35
EISBN13: 9781466616981|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-0065-2.ch001
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Abstract

Industrial Clusters tend to grow in locations where there is a suitable environment that give them a competitive advantage over other places. Logistics industry typically develops as a cluster around ports with high efficiency. Over the years, Singapore has evolved as a logistics cluster, with the presence of the world’s top 3PL companies choosing to operate therein. Moreover, a number of countries are developing their infrastructure to attract international logistics service providers here. This case examines the future prospects of Singapore as a logistics hub.
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