Keep your business moving during the COVID-19 situation
In this uncertain time, we are following the situation closely and are working with you to minimise the negative impact on your supply chain.
The changing shape of E-commerce Logistics
With millions of consumers switching online amidst stay-at-home measures and the forced closure of non-essential stores, retailers have had to pivot their logistics to meet the extraordinary rise in e-commerce demand. However, the impact of COVID-19 has made e-commerce logistics more complex than ever before with even the most established online retailers being pushed to the limit.
In this report that you can get access to below, we examine COVID-19’s impact on e-commerce logistics and interview Martin Holme, Maersk Global Head of Supply Chain Management and E-commerce Logistics and Christoph Stork, Maersk Global Managing Director of E-commerce Logistics to explore what it means for supply chains now, and in the future.
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Overcoming the COVID-19 crisis with Maersk Flow during these uncertain times
The global humanitarian and economic crisis following the Coronavirus outbreak will have extraordinary consequences across geographies and industries. Currently, limited data is available on the impact on Small and Medium Businesses (SMEs) which face several challenges specific to their size, set-up, and liquidity. Without processes and systems that help gain visibility and control over their supply chains, these companies will now, more than ever before, struggle to reign in their logistics operations.
Maersk Flow offers a digital platform that closes the gap between visibility and action, effectively saving time, effort, and money for our users and supporting their operations through times of usual business as well as crises.
Navigating a threat to the supply chain
In today’s highly connected global market, COVID-19 has presented large-scale disruption to supply chains that many were unprepared for. However, it's not too late for companies to introduce effective measures to mitigate the impact on their business.
The below report is free to download and outlines how businesses can best leverage Maersk’s experience in maintaining supply chain continuity and minimizing the impact on your business whether it is a global pandemic, cyber-attack or natural disaster.
At the outset of the Coronavirus (henceforth COVID-19), Maersk China immediately established an executive team of functional experts. They spanned our entire business footprint to ensure business continuity and keep our customers fully informed of important developments as they unfolded. From the beginning, our key client teams continue to proactively work with customers to execute client-specific Business Continuity Plans (BCP).
The trials that Maersk China had to face has provided a footprint for the rest of the organisation to focus on updates on logistics activities and stakeholder-related information such as governmental regulation, factory and vendor production status, carrier schedule and capacity updates, and airfreight and railway operational statuses. Continuity is key.