Smart Freight Centre: Supply Chains in the Time of Corona
Modern supply chains are often finely-tuned and dependent on consistent conditions and open borders for trade. So it's perhaps no surprise that COVID-19 is causing major challenges for supply chains and economies across the world.
Whilst empty shelves may now be a common sight in some shops, the problem doesn't lie in supply, but in getting goods where they need to be on time. Disrupted transport links are often the cause of this, with freight - whether by sea, road or air - suffering from COVID-19.
This article from the Smart Freight Centre sets out the challenges of maintaining supply chains during the coronavirus, and what opportunities may in fact be arising as a result of this crisis.
To read the full article, please see here.