Barcelona, October 19, 2021.– According to European Supermarket magazine, P&G has confirmed the increase in prices in its supply chain, due to the logistical consequences in international trade and the shortage of raw materials.
Procter & Gamble Co beat quarterly sales estimates as easing of pandemic-related restrictions boosted demand for its personal care products, while the company warned of higher commodity and transportation expenses.
Barcelona, March 5, 2020.– Breaks of stock of certain merchandise are already being registered in some western countries. The vast majority of Chinese transport modes are closed, so there is damage to the global supply chain, due to the expansion of the Coronavirus, originating in China, considered the world’s factory. In fact, the OECD has forecast declines in GDP growth in several countries in the coming months, and the first losses are estimated at $ 200 billion. In this sense, we highlight an analysis of the Logistics Management magazine with a very early approach to the effect on the logistics sector: