CASE STUDY: The Great Supply Chain Reset – and Its Impact on how Supply Chains are Managed and Optimised in the “Now Normal”

CASE STUDY: The Great Supply Chain Reset – and Its Impact on how Supply Chains are Managed and Optimised in the “Now Normal”

Day: LogiSYM Cold Chain 2024 - Day 1, 16 May
Start Time: 16:30
End Time: 17:00
Format: Panel Interactive Session


SYNOPSIS

The term, the ‘new normal’ has transposed to the ‘now normal’ throughout much of the supply chain and logistics world’. Whilst the post COVID challenges are still present, conflicts ongoing in some regions of the world, and ever changing national geo-political landscapes, the world’s supply chains are more under control than the past few years.

2024 will prove to be just as challenging and supply chains will make dramatic differentiations as we rethink the global supply, manufacturing and distribution footprint of our organisations. Logistics providers will remain in the ebb and flow of demand and supply shifts, excess ocean capacity offset by the current squeeze in air capacity will continue to keep all shippers and providers alert to opportunity and threats.

In 2024, the constant themes will be added focus on cost reductions (or right sizing), sustainability and digitalisation. Focus on such topics should not wane as to keep competitive advantages to evolve more efficient supply chains of the future. Investments in these areas should be seen as necessity of companies budgets if they can be managed and practitioners should remain with positive energy that we are indeed past the dark days of uncontrollable, unforeseen global disruptions.

The question remains. What do we do exactly? Join this presentation session to find out!

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