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Global Supply Chain Insights
Marina Mayer | Editor-in-Chief | Supply & Demand Chain Executive
SDCE thanks all of the listeners and readers for the support and engagement throughout this year. Here are the Top 5 most downloaded L.I.N.K. podcasts of 2021.
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Supply & Demand Chain Executive editors discuss how a green supply chain is so much more than just recycling, eliminating paper or reducing waste.
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A combination of factors will take until 2023 to resolve shortage issues through additional capacity, verification of real demand and the inflationary impact on consumer spending on products.
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A healthy understanding of current trends, companies can plan ahead and look to automation technology to provide the flexibility to navigate through the disruptions ahead.
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