Logistics: A Supply Chain Under Strain
25 Jan 2023
It’s said that any chain is no stronger than its weakest link with this past year proving that that ages-old bromide has never been truer.
It is critical here to understand that, in reality, there is no such thing as a single supply chain. While the ‘land, sea, air’ elements form an essential core, there are hundreds of thousands of individual chains wound around that central mainstay, each of which is especially crafted to meet the requirements of an infinite number of businesses.
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