Richard Cabrera, executive vice president and head of middle-market banking with Umpqua Bank, details the permanent changes that businesses will be making in their inventory strategies as a result of COVID-19 and the subsequent supply chain meltdown.
An increasing number of organizations are relying on their supply chains to fund operations, says Dale Rogers, On Semiconductor professor of business at Arizona State University, but what is the effect on suppliers?
Global supply chains will need an estimated $100 trillion in investment to achieve the planet’s goal of net-zero carbon emissions over the next three decades, according to new research that pins as much as half of that price tag on small- to medium-size businesses.
Amazon warned Wall Street that it will have to spend billions of dollars hiring workers, paying them more and even speeding partly empty trucks to their destinations to ensure that supply chain snarls don’t derail the holiday shopping season.
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