With Brexit right on our doorsteps many people, including retailers, have turned to stockpiling ahead of March 29 due to concerns that time-critical supplies could be left to go bad on vehicles that get stuck at customs as port delays become an all too real threat.
With more and more cities and councils enforcing ultra-low emission zones, bringing in higher congestion charges and all together banning cars in some areas, it is all the more pressing that businesses think alternative strategies and going green right now.
2019 is just a couple of weeks away, and it promises to be a challenging year for everyone in supply chain and logistics. So, here are my top five trends that will drive developments in the market next year:
Supply chain digitisation is the goal for many organisations today, but two new studies highlight some of the challenges ahead.
London mayor Sadiq Khan is trying to stop people having their online shopping delivered to them at work because, he says, delivery vans are clogging up the city’s streets.