Future-proofing your supply chain in a world of constant change




Coping with a world in constant change

In the face of shifting demand, labor shortages, shipping restrictions due to Covid-19, and new regional conflicts, airfreight transportation, rail freight, and ports are experiencing increasing disruption. It is evident that change is now a constant, and businesses need to adapt accordingly.

Resilience and agility cannot be fleeting strategies but must serve as the bedrock of supply chain management.

Building a supply chain fit for the future

In this webinar, we dive into what challenges warehouses, manufacturers and logistics providers are currently facing and explore four ways in which they can stay one step ahead of constant market change and rising consumer expectations. 

  1. Create resilient supply chains – based on real information about the status of shipments at each stage of the manufacturing process. Essential to boosting transport capacity to deal with unexpected disruption.
  2. Build a more transparent customer experience – logistics managers need to shift their mindset and embrace responsibility for shipments across the entire delivery process, not just up until it leaves the warehouse.
  3. Focus on sustainability – consumers are increasingly looking to do business with companies that share their environmentally-conscious values.  Manufacturers will be called upon to demonstrate their sustainability credentials across the supply chain.
  4. Unlock efficiencies to save money and increase sales – siloed, manual processes reduce productivity.  Access to real time information, and automated processes, can drive revenues and cut costs by up to 20%
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Fredrik Lindhagen

Product Director TMS at nShift

Fredrik has 12+ years of experience within the shipping industry. At nShift his responsibility is in developing our Transport Management Solution as well as evolving the Emissions Dashboard allowing customers to keep track of and reduce their CO2 emissions.