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Global Supply Chain Insights
Marina Mayer | Editor-in-Chief | Supply & Demand Chain Executive
Today, we are live from Manifest in Las Vegas. Head over to the Champagne room at 2:45-3:20 p.m. to watch a presentation on robotics and wearables in the warehouse.
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This new report provides key trends ahead of supply chains’ "make or break" year. A convergence of threats have emerged as dominant global supply chain risks. Find out the five overarching 2022 questions to answer, and receive data to help enable your organizations to achieve long-term resilience.

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Costs are soaring, political tensions are omnipresent and delays are growing longer. This level of disruption is here to stay. Here are the threats to anticipate and plan for in 2022.
Implementing fast cycle strategies that eliminate bottlenecks and delays in products and optimize resource utilization by assessing the feasibility of new investments will help improve supply chain strategies.
Here are four strategies CPG teams should employ to help adapt to these challenging conditions, ensure consistent supply and control costs amidst this turbulent conflux of challenges.
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Find more possibilities at MODEX 2022. With 850+ exhibits and 100+ education sessions, MODEX 2022 is where you’ll find the best solutions for your manufacturing and supply chain challenges. Visit modexshow.com and join us March 28-31, 2022 at Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

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Expect to see repercussions of recent disruptions like China’s energy crisis, the chip shortage, labor shortages and more to unfold and run their course throughout 2022.
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