Supply chains are transforming faster than before and more companies will look more at resilience than efficiency. This could mean that many processes will be brought back closer to where firms can control them. What would that mean for the global economy?
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Covid-19: Fewer offices, more automated warehousing
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way organisations look at their supply chains and people, and will have a lasting impact on the global economy.
As coronavirus has forced people to work from home it is possible to see a shift in the need for warehouses and the way they are built. One of the outcomes could be reducing the office space….
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