Fusion Trade, Belkin Ltd., Pioneer Corporation, Quanta Computer Inc., Samsung Malaysia Electronic (SME) Sdn. Bhd., Samsung Shanghai Semiconductor Co. Ltd., Lite-On Technology Corporation (Chassis Business Unit), Kibaru Manufacturing Sdn. Bhd. and Sunrise Paper (M) Sdn. Bhd. have all gone live on e-SupplyChain, the supply chain solution connecting up Dell and its suppliers throughout Asia.
Fusion Trade is a major distributor of electronic components, working with major OEMs and CEMs in the Computer, Telecommunication, Automotive and Consumer Electronic industries. Belkin Ltd. is a market leading manufacturer and supplier of audio, video and computer cables, power protection, desktop and mobility accessories. Pioneer Corporation is a prominent provider of electronics and audio and video products, including plasma display panels. Quanta Computer Inc is one of the largest notebook computer ODM companies in the world, providing technology for the enterprise network systems, home entertainment, mobile communication, automotive electronics and digital home markets.
Samsung Malaysia Electronics (SME) Sdn. Bhd., part of the Samsung Electronics group, is a well-known provider of digital media and digital convergence technologies ranging from cameras and digital TVs to mobile phones and LCD screens. Shanghai Samsung Semiconductor Co. Ltd, also part of the Samsung group, is a key player in the semiconductor technology market. Lite-On is one of the world’s largest optoelectronic component manufacturers with Lite-On Technology Corporation (Chassis Business Unit) specializing in chassis production. Kibaru Manufacturing Sdn. Bhd. has over the past 15 years established itself as an important manufacturer of rubber components in the Asia Pacific region. Sunrise Paper (M) Sdn Bhd is a leading self-adhesive label converter in the northern region of Malaysia.
Over a hundred Dell suppliers are now benefiting from faster more accurate interaction with Dell through the use of e-SupplyChain. The solution, developed by B-Global in conjunction with partners Dell and TM Net, is reducing invoice discrepancies, providing more accurate forecasts and optimizing the interaction between Dell and its suppliers.
B-Global – Friday 18 May 2007