+ Automotive
 

The highly complex logistics processes involved in the material and product flow of the automotive industry require highly efficient supply chain operations and perfectly tuned integrated services. Logistics for automotive manufacturers encompass all activities associated with the transportation, distribution, storage and management of automobiles, its service parts and other components from vendor to the supply of a production line, from delivery of the cars, vans and trucks into the markets to the spare parts supply to dealership level via regional or domestic hub structures and logistics centres; and, finally, the return, recycle and remanufacturing processes completing the cycle. Automotive is a dynamic and competitive industry, affected by many trends facing a multitude of challenges. Therefore the automotive industry requires a highly experienced, reliable and dedicated logistics service provider to operate a lean and cost effective global supply chain that is flexible, addresses the dynamics of this particular sector and, at the same time, is robust and resilient.
+ Oil & Gas (MOOG – Marine Offshore Oil & Gas)
 

The MOOG vertical sees a different variety of project customers from those involved in fabrication, repair and maintenance of offshore structures, FPSO modules and subsea equipment to shipyards entrenched in activities such as vessel conversion, retrofitting and construction of offshore oil rigs. Coming ashore, MOOG as a broad vertical also include oil major involved in petrochemical production plants and refineries as well as LNG and LBT storage tank farming.  
+ Industrial Projects (EEC – Energy Engineering & Construction)
 

The Energy, Engineering and Construction industries would represent a more diverse segment of our local economy with each carrying their own weight in contributing to Singapore’s GDP growth. Construction for instance has since 2006 and 2012 seen an average of 10% growth annually, and with the expansions intended in housing and public infrastructure BCA’s forecast for 2014 and 2015 rest between 20 to 28 billion dollars. Meanwhile, Engineering Services comprising of various clusters such as Geotechnical, Hydraulic, Offshore, Project, Structural and Transportation, just to name a few, account for 1.2% of GDP in 2011. With highly scalable and exportable expertise Singapore will capitalise on the exciting possibilities present in infrastructure development in the region to become the region’s knowledge base for Urban Solutions that include urban planning, transport systems and environmental solutions, among others. Nowadays, companies are based in Singapore such as Arup, Jacobs Engineering, KBR, Fluor, Foster Wheeler, WorleyParsons, Yokogawa, Emerson and M+W Zander with comprehensive services ranging from front-end engineering design, consultancy and systems development to project and construction management for industries that include petrochemicals and biomedical sciences.  
+ Aerospace
 

In recent decades, the aerospace and defence industry sectors has undergone dramatic changes. Aircraft equipment has improved and continues to rapidly evolve due to innovations towards:
  •    Jet engine fuel efficiency
  •    Navigation technology
  •    Material science
These innovations led to the development of an improved generation of aircrafts that drive the worldwide demand for new aircrafts.  
+ Telecommunications
 

The ongoing expansion of the mobile ecosystem, the unending demand for speed, connectivity, high-bandwidth applications, and new mobile and gaming devices will remain one of the key factors for the continuous and robust growth in the telecommunications industry.  
+ Chemicals
 

The chemical industry is highly regulated with major contributing regions being Europe, North America and Asia. With the regulation landscape constantly changing, the industry framework is forced to adapt accordingly. The complicated characteristics of the chemical industry and its increasingly complex supply chain processes call for fast, flexible and cost-effective logistics solutions. While the chemical industry has been dealing with environment and human protection issues and an increasingly complex supply chain processes call for fast, flexible and cost-effective logistics solutions. While the chemical industry has been dealing with environment and human protection issues and an increasingly stringent environmental legislation worldwide, the sector has to safeguard competitiveness while boosting innovation, in order to tackle the shortage of raw material and prepare for the future.  
+ Health Care (Life Science & Pharmaceuticals)
 

Biotechnology is the fastest growing healthcare industry segment. It has created hundreds of new therapies and vaccines, making their way through the supply chain in an attempt to reach consumers. Pharma products enter a complex supply chain that involves several steps and handoffs from the clinical trial materials collection to final product distribution. Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies follow strict standards for packing, labeling, transportation, storage and documentation, particularly when shipping biological or hazardous materials. In the life sciences sector, logistics has become a strategic issue due to market share declines, margin erosion, value chain cost inefficiencies and regulatory compliance requirements. Seeking for alternatives to face the challenges and also to focus on their core competencies, life science companies are driven to outsource logistics services.