Though uncertainty remains, supply chains must prepare for Brexit's toll
Although it's been three years since the United Kingdom voted to withdraw from the European Union, uncertainty remains around how -- and when -- Brexit will take place. It’s led to uncertainty among many British and European citizens, and raised questions as to how this changing relationship between world powers will affect the lives and livelihoods of all involved.
And in the supply chain, a great connector of businesses and trade across global boundaries, the various Brexit scenarios have already begun to paint a picture of a difficult path ahead.
While politicians are still pursuing a final deal on Brexit, manufacturers and retailers are planning for the worst. In this episode of Supply Chain Radio, Matt Gunn and Guy Courtin take a look at how businesses are preparing for any unexpected curve these new trade laws might throw their way, and whether the right mix of technology, innovation, and inventory might help keep the supply chain safe.
- Supply Chain
- Industrial Manufacturing
- Logistics & 3PL
- Infor Nexus
- Infor Supply Chain Planning
- North America