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Global Supply Chain Insights
 
Marina Mayer | Editor-in-Chief | Supply & Demand Chain Executive
 
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When individuals start to react, they generate a surge in demand for fuel and hurricane supplies. Aggregated together, these activities create a spike in demand that’s different than normal activity.
 
 
 
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Recent data shows the shortage was expected to reach a historic high of over 80,000 drivers last year. Turnover is, in part, attributed to employees leaving for other companies that offer more attractive compensation and benefit packages.
 
 
 
Shifting geopolitical forces are keeping supply chain risks in focus, resulting in increases in public awareness, government interventions and actions by individual companies.
 
 
 
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