April 30, 2024
In the Media

In an era marked by global disruptions, the fragility of supply chains has been starkly revealed. Pandemics, geopolitical tensions, natural disasters, and climate emergencies have not only exposed weaknesses but have also sparked a wave of innovation and strategic evolution. As McKinsey notes, supply chain leaders are now vested with both the attention of top management and a mandate for tangible change.

This pivotal moment offers an opportunity to future-proof supply chains by marrying sustainability, resilience, and efficiency with traditional values of cost, quality, and service. The upward trend in supply chain sustainability importance, as observed in MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics 2022 State of Supply Chain Sustainability report, underscores a collective awakening to new priorities amidst shifting challenges.