Glenn Koepke, general manager, network collaboration, FourKites, details how 2022 will see demand-driven disruptions as a result of inflation, labor and union agreements.
2021 was full of supply chain disruptions. From natural disasters and ransomware attacks to ships stuck at sea and a global pandemic that just won’t go away, the supply chain industry went from being upended to somewhat mended to now trying to overcome bottlenecks amid a workforce shortage.
But, it’s important to understand that supply chain disruptions will always occur, pandemic or not, just in different ways, forms and times.
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