The global movement of goods has been severely disrupted in recent years. How can the logistics industry embrace new technologies to solve future crises before they happen?

Digitisation to revolutionise the supply chain

If the past few years have taught us anything, it is that supply chains matter – and they are not as resilient as we thought.

The vulnerability of supply chains might be counterintuitive. We live in a world where digital technology seems to be transforming nearly every aspect of our lives, and logistics is a sphere rich with talk of innovation. Yet large chunks of the industry are clearly still behind in their digital transformation. Look closely and you’ll see that an unexpectedly analogue, paper-based model still prevails.

To tackle the next crisis – whatever it may be – supply chains must urgently move away from traditional, opaque ways of working. Digitisation has now become essential, as have emerging technologies such as blockchain, digital twins and AI. But how can this shift be achieved – and what will it mean for the future?

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