OECD and CCCS Launches Two Reports for Logistics Sector in Singapore
On 4th June 2021, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) co-organised an event to launch two reports on the logistics sector in Singapore.
SLA’s CEO, Mr Oh Bee Lock, also participated in the event as a panelist. He represented the logistics sector, providing an overview of Singapore’s logistics landscape, the global competition it faces, and how the sector can overcome these challenges. Identifying digital connectivity as the value differentiator, the future of Singapore’s logistics will depend on game changing technologies as well as innovative platforms that will help Singapore’s logistics companies to better Connect, Collaborate and Control.
The two reports under Fostering Competition in ASEAN - OECD include:
- OECD Competition Assessment Review of the Logistics Sector in Singapore
- OECD Competitive Neutrality Reviews: Small-Package Delivery Services in Singapore
These reports review various regulatory and competition issues relating to logistics services, freight transportation and forwarding, small-package service delivery, the role of state-owned enterprises in Singapore, and propose recommendations to enhance competition and efficiency in these sectors.