Three-quarters (73%) of UK firms are planning to raise prices as they face “intense pressure” from soaring energy bills, rising wages and raw material costs.
Supermarkets are working with suppliers to maintain supplies of cooking oil as the war in Ukraine threatens sunflower oil production.
Ethiopian Airlines has partnered with International Djibouti Industrial Park Operation and Air Djibouti to boost freight links between China and Africa.
Anti-competition authorities in the UK, US, Canada, New Zealand and Australia are to jointly investigate the prospect of unfair supplier price hikes, following months of spiralling costs and profits.
Supply chains are facing a “make or break year” but there are ways to improve resilience, according to standards body the BSI
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is ordering nine firms including Amazon and Walmart to release internal documents as a part of an investigation into supply chain disruptions.
Supply is at a “critical” point and supply chain leaders must “finish the job” to ensure resilience.
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