New Covid restrictions are disrupting manufacturing and logistics in South-east Asia, creating order backlogs and shipping delays.
In Malaysia, a prolonged nationwide lockdown has disrupted sectors, including automotive, semiconductors and medical equipment, according to a new report by Everstream Analytics.
The supply chain visibility firm says production is most affected in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur – the industrial corridor leading into Port Klang – with factories forced to reduce or shut operations …
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