How Manufacturers Remain Resilient Amid Unrelenting Supply Chain Disruption

How Manufacturers Remain Resilient
Global disruptions continue to challenge manufacturers like never before, with unplanned downtime estimated to cost $50 billion annually.

In this environment, one of the most critical metrics to optimize is time to recovery – how many days it takes your supply chain to return to normal operations after a disruption.

Watch FourKites experts discuss on innovative strategies to reduce time to recovery, minimize the impacts of disruption and increase resiliency.
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The last stage of warehouse development project was completed last year by adding a new 7800 m2 building to the rest of Hegelmann Logistics facilities in Kaunas, Lithuania.

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