The right strategic relationships are key to optimising successful supply chains

October 8, 2018 Gavin van Marle

As the needs of supply chain managers change, many are also finding their supply chain relationships very different from those of a few years ago.
Between shrinking delivery timelines, the demands of omnichannel fulfilment and global trade uncertainties, managing a modern supply chain is more complex than ever.
Recent US-Chinese tariffs have many supply chain professionals scrambling to import goods before the duties take effect, leading to record-breaking cargo volumes this summer at ...

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