Looking further into the future – July 2021 in 10 reports

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There’s an increasing consensus among manufacturers, retailers and freight forwarding firms that the current disruptions in logistics caused by elevated demand and fixed supply will carry on at least until the lunar new year in February 2022. The report most read by our readers in July focused on current challenges – specifically the impact on the apparel industry of the manufacturing lockdown in Bangladesh. In manufacturing, lighting producer Signify noted the “crazy bullwhip” effect of uncertainty spreading through supply chains while semiconductor makers TSMC and Intel have both warne...

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