Soroosh Saghiri and Michael Bourlakis discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic highlighted the need for greater focus on supply chain resilience.
It seems that everything is changing at once, creating a dangerous cocktail of uncertainty and risk, but there is nothing new about businesses needing to respond to changing supply and demand.
CILT Singapore Chairman Karmjit Singh argues that in the wake of the pandemic there are opportunities as well as challenges.
Kara Cheung, a Chartered Member of CILT Australia shares her experiences of the 10th ALMAC conference and the latest release of a white paper about the multi-channel supply chain.
The Covid-19 Pandemic has disrupted the entire global supply chain and caused fluctuations in political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal systems around the world.
Safe and secure storage and transportation of high volumes of such a valuable commodity requires a water-tight supply chain.
Atul Bhakta, CEO, One World Express considers whether the pandemic has forced businesses to reassess their operations for the better.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has published its eighth Covid-19 Best Practice Bulletin for members in the logistics, supply chain and transport sector
What can small and medium enterprises (SMEs) learn moving forwards.
People’s lives and livelihoods are being threatened, and responses are strong in fighting a difficult opponent.
A fascinating article on the unpredictability of our changed world.
CILT UK support RocSearch whitepaper on the impact of the pandemic on the global supply chain.