Global disruptions have created dire supply chain and financial challenges for many businesses. And after two years of compound crises, companies are reeling over how to manage a seemingly endless cycle of threats.With supply chains still in disarray from the events of the past two years, it's harder for businesses to react to emerging situations
Over the last two years, peak season parcel volumes overwhelmed carrier capacity by several million packages per day, forcing carriers to increase staffing, throttle shipper parcel volumes, raise rates, and increase surcharges. However, this year it looks like capacity could outstrip demand (Reuters). During the pandemic, shippers faced the “Great Resignation” and ongoing labor shortages with historically low vacancy rates making warehouse expansion difficult and expensive. Now a softening economy has caused the first increase in vacancy rates in two years (WSJ). An uncertain and challenging time for warehousing and shippers.
International Business Training
You thought reaching agreement on an international sales contract was hard. But now you have to move the goods from one country to another before you get paid. And you have to do it within the terms of the sales agreement and without incurring a lot of unexpected expenses. This webinar is the perfect overview of the transportation process whether you're shipping by ocean or air. Learn the steps you need to follow to move your products affordably, securely and within budget.
Discussion Topics:1.Key drivers affecting how we organize supply chain.2.The challenges leaders must overcome in order to change.3.Five organizational design strategies to implement successful change.