Building a supply chain that can roll with the punches
The European market has been the epicentre of one Black Swan event after another. Business supply chains are on the defensive as the pandemic, the Suez canal incident and the conflict in Ukraine threatened to fracture the best-laid supply chain strategies. Coupled with ever-changing demand due to consumer preferences and the growing need for sustainability; businesses need to rethink how to make their logistics work smarter.
Resilience is the key for supply chains to survive and thrive in a disruptive logistics environment. What do you need to create a more flexible supply chain that’s light on its feet to respond to changing demands? We believe we have the answer.