33 months of supply chain disruption, and it is not slowing down any time soon.
In such a tumultuous context, what are the tactical changes that companies are making, for real?
We’ve teamed up with A.P. Moller- Maersk, to produce an exclusive survey & interview-based report on how unprecedented disruptions are reshaping global supply chains, specifically when it comes to sourcing, procurement, and manufacturing operations.
Featuring exclusive interviews with:
- Mourad Tamoud | Chief Supply Chain Officer | Schneider Electric
- Kim Nigel Overman | Regional Head of Lead Logistics, Europe | A.P. Moller – Maersk
- Patrick Haex | Managing Partner | BCI Global
- Karel Stransky | Head of Corporate Industrial Advisory, Occupier Services EMEA | Colliers
- Michael Skobierski | Manager, International Supply Chain and Projects | Desigual
- Sushank Agarwal | Managing Director | INVERTO, a Boston Consulting Group company
Key Insights examples from the report:
- 67% of global retailers and manufacturers say that global supply chain disruptions have changed where they source materials and components from.
- 58% of those who have shifted sourcing say that further relocation remains a high priority, or the top priority, for their business.
- A much lower, but still substantial, 37% plan to change manufacturing locations.
Please reach out if you have any questions, thank you!