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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A Covid-19 outbreak in southern China is threatening to cause fresh disruption for global supply chains as new lockdowns disrupt port services and delay deliveries.
Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah port has launched an initiative to help cargo ships caught in the Suez Canal shipping jam by allowing them to store containers for free for an extended period of time….
Ports are suffering a “perfect storm” from Covid and Brexit with the cost of shipping goods increasing by up to 300%.
Electronics giant Samsung ensured supplier support during the pandemic by providing $1.3bn in advanced payments and $830m in loans.