Supply disruption 'somewhat of a permanent effect'

Date Added: 23 March 2022

Supply disruption 'somewhat of a permanent effect'

Current supply chain disruption could be “somewhat of a permanent effect” that requires partners to collaborate across regions and sectors, attendees at a recent event were told.

The WTO's Global Supply Chain Forum heard CEOs and leaders from across the supply chain were willing to cooperate to find solutions, while the importance of diversification in markets and investments was stressed.

Charles Darr, executive vice president of maritime policy and government affairs at MSC Group, said supply chain disruptions would have “somewhat of a permanent effect”, though he emphasised the unusual circumstances the supply chain was under. He said: “These have been a series of shocks, and we may not be done yet."

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