All things impacting global supply chains this week:
- Port of Antwerp Bruges New Gen Circular Economy Project to build a plastic recycling plant at the Port.
- Mario Paganini from Stord writes about doing more with less.
- Hapag Lloyd FE9 managing ocean freight demand and over capacity.
- Port of Georgia handled 6 million TEUs in 2022.
- James E Martin comments on the Procurement Professionals Survey conducted at the end of December. More investment is needed in technology. What do the C suite not understand about supply chains?
- Climate change impacting ocean going supply chains. Port designers have their work cut out to meet the challenges. University of Oxford Report.
International trade and world economies exposed to multi-billion-dollar climate risk to ports – Oxford study | University of Oxford
- Lori Ann LaRocco, CNBC reported downturns in global sea traffic. Noted that there are four trends painting a picture of the future supply chain.
- Veronica Bates Kassatly commented on CHG emissions in the Fashion Industry and a recent McKinsey Report
- More cyber attacks disrupting supply chains.
- British Volt finally bowed out as the juice ran out this week.
- Tessla's 2016 staged video report emerges
- Automated Trucks