Shenzhen’s lockdown will only make supply chain issues worse

Barcelona, April 26, 2022.- According to Fortune magazine, a COVID outbreak in Shanghai has doubled the number of ships stuck offshore in China. After the pandemic, and the chip crisis, and the war in Ukraine, “disrupted” seems to be the default state of global supply chains. But the pandemic isn’t over yet, and a COVID outbreak in China is only making supply constraints worse.

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Interesting analysis: Top 10 supply chain strategies and trends

Barcelona, February 22, 2022.-

“Logistics companies must leverage technological tools and incorporate them as much as possible into their core systems”

Barcelona, February 7, 2022.-

Logistics Manager: “11,000 HGV driver training places now available across England with new Government funding”

Barcelona, December 14, 2021.- England has begun to solve the shortage of thousands of truckers for the transport of goods. Logistics Manager magazine has reported all the details. A solution that perhaps other European countries should emulate.

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