Supply chains will be different in the wake of Covid-19: the preference will be for more resilience and flexibility, according to a new white paper.
While many lessons have already been learned, businesses are starting to work out how supply chains will need to alter, said Richard Wilding, professor of Supply Chain Strategy at Cranfield University, who co-authored the paper with DHL.
As the crisis was not driven by supply chain collapse, …
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