(Note this event is exclusive to CDAS Members only) Notice is hereby given that the 29th Annual General Meeting of the Society will be held by electronic means on 26 June 2020 at 10:00 a.m. The notice and invitations has been sent out to members via email. Members who wish to attend are advised to check their email and contact us if they have not received it. In light of the COVID-19 situation and pursuant to the relevant order under the COVID19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020, the following arrangements will be adopted for the Annual General Meeting (“AGM”):- Members will [...]
The Ministry of Manpower (MOM), the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) and the Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) have issued details on Safe Management Measures required of businesses allowed to resume operations. Businesses must: Implement a system of Safe Management Measures at workplaces; Reduce physical interaction and ensure safe distancing at workplaces; Support contact tracing requirements – through implementing SafeEntry; Require employees to wear personal protective equipment where needed, and observe good personal hygiene; Ensure cleanliness of workplace premises; Implement health checks and protocols to manage potential cases. Please ensure the necessary Safe Management Measures are prepared and implemented [...]
As Singapore continues its fight against the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, many have come together to show their support and solidarity with us. One of which was Switzerland, who illuminated the Swiss Alps with projections of images, including the flags of countries around the world. On 25 April, they projected Singapore's flag onto the alps, along with a message of solidarity, "In the city-state Singapore, different ethnic groups live together peacefully. The country is well organized and clean: similar characteristics are attributed to Switzerland. We show solidarity with the people of Singapore and send a sign of hope." On 25th April, [...]
1. The Government is extending the Circuit Breaker period by another four weeks until 1 June 2020 (inclusive). They will monitor the situation closely, and may be able to gradually ease some of the measures if there is a significant decline in our local transmission numbers. 2. The Government will provide the same level of support to workers and businesses for the extended Circuit Breaker period. Tightened list of essential services and measures for workplaces that remain open 3. The Multi-Ministry Taskforce has announced that fewer businesses will be permitted to operate during the Circuit Breaker. This will further reduce the [...]
In view of current COVID-19 situation, CDAS has decided to put in place additional stricter precautionary measures following MOM’s guidelines to reduce risk of further local transmission of COVID-19. Thus, please be informed that with effect from 6 April 2020, all CDAS secretariat will be adopting a work-from-home practice until further notice. Rest assured that our operations remain unaffected, and that we will continue to serve the industry and maintain our daily operations via emails, telephone and video conferencing. We will also remain reachable via all of our existing telephone lines. Your kind understanding will be most appreciated. For any [...]
The Ministry of Law has just announced its intention to introduce the “COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Bill”. The Bill will enable companies’ whose businesses have been adversely affected by Covid-19 to seek relief from fulfilling their contractual obligations such as paying rent, paying instalments on bank loans, fulfilling their construction contracts, etc for a period of six months. The Bill will cover the following categories of contracts: Leases or licences for non-residential immovable property (e.g. lease for factory premises); Construction contract or supply contract (e.g. contract for the supply of materials); Contracts for the provision of goods and services (e.g. [...]
This is a reminder for all CMS users for a circular that went out to users on 31 January 2020. Please be informed that Eng Kong Container Depots has ceased the requirement for CMS Bookings with effect from 15 February 2020. The last day users will require booking at their depot was on 14 February 2020. Please ensure that your controllers and drivers are informed of this change. For any clarifications, please do not hesitate to contact us at 6513-3173.
Budget 2020 has unveiled new measures and initiatives to support Singapore businesses, as they continue to be the main focus for Singapore’s development and growth. To help businesses remain well-informed of key announcements, Enterprise Singapore has put together a useful list of resources and materials below. Learn how Budget 2020 will impact your businesses and find out about the new programmes and schemes that will further support you. Enterprise Singapore Budget 2020 Overview Learn about new measures and initiatives that help businesses develop new capabilities and tap new growth opportunities. enterprisesg.gov.sg/budget-2020 Enterprise Singapore Keep Growing Content Hub Find [...]
Enterprise Singapore has updated their advisory to businesses on their website in accordance with updates from the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Ministry of Manpower (MOM): www.enterprisesg.gov.sg/covid-19 Here are the key updates to note: Implementation of Stay-Home Notice (SHN) All Singapore residents and long-term pass holders with recent travel history to mainland China (outside of Hubei) within the last 14 days will now be issued a Stay-Home Notice (SHN) upon their return to Singapore. With the introduction of SHN, no new Leaves of Absence (LOA) will be issued. Those who are currently on LOA will continue to serve out [...]
In the 2020 Budget Statement delivered earlier today on 18 February 2020, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat shared about the measures that the Government will put in place to support businesses through the uncertainties in the global environment while preparing them to capture the opportunities in the future. During the budget speech, the CDAS ePayment Solution was also mentioned briefly. CDAS is hard at work to developing this solution to help address the long-term industry pain points, that aims to help the container depot and logistics players work Faster, Easier, and Better, with significant cost and [...]
CDAS together with 10 other Trade Associations, joined SCCCI to publish a poem written by local poet Tan Chee Lay, to mark respect and tribute to all our frontline healthcare workers for their selfless acts of courage in dealing with the COVID-19. To all doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals, we THANK YOU! CDAS fully supports our frontline and healthcare workers, who are working hard to fight the COVID-19 outbreak. Let us work together in a calm and supportive manner, and help each other in this time of need, and together we can pull through this together, as we have done [...]
Did you miss our members appreciation and industry gathering event on 6 February 2020? Or did you want to relive the celebration? Click the video above to watch the highlights now! Got any questions about CDAS ePayment? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Each year, as part of the PSA Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) Launch, PSA engages the Haulier Associations (CDAS, SLA and STA) to encourage members to nominate drivers for the Most Safety Conscious Driver Award to be presented at the PSA HSSE Launch. Drivers who had demonstrated safety performance by not committing any safety infringements, contributre or cause any accidents / incidents, or had no adverse feedbacks from the terminals stood a chance to be nominated. Each winner were also presented with a $200 voucher, sponsored by CDAS, Singapore Logistics Association (SLA), and Singapore Transport Association (STA). [...]
CDAS participated in the Logistics Forum 2019. The forum sought to tackle issues such as the future of the logistics industry, common pain points of the industry players, as well as the challenges of going digital. The forum also saw various innovative showcase and solutions that could potentially help the industry.
CDAS was pleased to host the delegates from the Hainan who visited to understand our efforts in digitizing the container trucking and container depot industry. Apart from sharing what CDAS does, we had also shared about our various initiatives and projects to help the industry, as well as got an opportunity to network with them while introducing them to our local snacks and delights. It was a fruitful session and the delegation were able to gain better insight into how we had digitalized the industry.