Restructuring supply chains after a disruption

Optimizing tax strategies for long-term profitability and resilience

Brian Higgins

Brian Higgins

Principal, Advisory/Customer and Operations, KPMG US

+1 312-665-8363

Critical supply chain considerations in a shifting business environment

In the past, globalism allowed companies to design supply chains by taking advantage of low labor costs and reliable transportation. Few tax and trade consequences existed then, but now economic conditions have changed seemingly all at once.

Due to the recent global disruption, many businesses are quickly adapting to meet new customer demands and address short-term liquidity concerns. Supply chain and tax executives will need to work together to return to former levels of profitability and strategize for long-term resilience and survival.

Restructuring supply chains
Learn why tax optimization is crucial and which businesses will thrive in the new reality.

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