Today’s supply chains are under enormous stress. Our industry has seen major impact from the pandemic, port crises, severe weather events, and supply and labor shortages—all adding to shipping delays.
Now, the Russia/Ukraine war has added new disruption and the sanctions imposed are having a compound effect on already beleaguered supply chains. Trade in commodities and industrial inputs that originate in Russia and Ukraine—everything from wheat and oil to nickel and palladium—have been disrupted, and prices have soared.
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Business leaders worldwide are struggling to survive and thrive in this new reality and address these challenges head on:
Achieving future resiliency and agility while navigating today’s disruption
Growing despite demand and supply imbalances
Operating in a capacity-constrained environment
Future of Supply Chain
The supply chain is facing a perfect storm of change. Business as usual is no longer an option. There’s increasing pressure on all sides of business to transform.