Normally the phrase perfect storm, particularly in a business sense, is a convergence of unfortunate events. It’s the perfect storm that leads to some form of economic crash. Yet, right now, for commercial and industrial property in the UK there is a confluence of events happening that will change the market in the UK inalterably.
Some are looking at the lifting of some Covid-19 lockdown restrictions on 4 July as Independence Day but, as a much more gifted journalist than I put it, it is not Freedom Day, but Complexity Day.
The Covid-19 crisis seems to be rewarding those who are brave, those who think beyond the traditional constraints of business as usual, those who are adapting business models and processes to reflect a new reality. But it’s not radical enough.., it’s time to embrace further change.
It’s only when you get the chance to take a few minutes and look back at the past three months of a global pandemic that you realise what has really been achieved in the world of logistics.
Today I hosted the first Logistics Manager webinar, part of our series focusing on the key issues facing the supply chain at the moment, and I‘d like to thank all our readers who attended.