Supply chain disruptions create uncertainty and unpredictability for both businesses and consumers. These disruptions bring to light an organization's supply chain dependencies, which they were often unaware of when everything was running smoothly.
Re-shoring is one solution that is gaining popularity as a result of pandemic-related issues. Companies can lower the risk of disruptions by shortening the supply chain and moving manufacturing close to the points of sale to reduce the need for expensive and time-consuming transportation
The COVID-19 crisis is disrupting life as we knew it and quickly creating a new normal. For public transportation, in particular, restrictions and city lockdowns continue to impact regular travel as communities adhere to very real concerns over physical distancing. But as we begin to think about what life will look like in the months to come, including life after COVID-19, we can see this as an opportunity to think through immediate changes that will impact our future, starting with a positive change in how we move.
Easily plan inspections and manage scope of inspections
Proactively manage structural defects and anomalies to mitigate risk and avoid more costly repairs later on
Have more control over your hull integrity and maintenance programmes and be able to prove this to your stakeholders
Cut costs for hull surveys, maintenance and dry-docking
Get fleet and sister vessel overview supporting proactive actions
Reduce the risk of surprises and costly delays in next drydock
Petrochemical Supply Chains & Logistics
Investment in digital solutions within the petrochemical supply chain is on the rise, yet there appears to be a disconnect between the perceived and actual value of these next-gen blockchains, cloud or AI enabled tools especially for the owner-operators that are relying on them to help optimize their product’s access to the market.