Supply Chain Resilience

COVID-19 exposed the fragility of global supply chains and exacerbated the impact of their disruption. The need for more shock resistant and agile supply chains has never been clearer.

Supply Chain Visibility

 

Knowledge of key data in real-time, across all tiers and parts of the supply chain, can help actors make better decisions and prevent issues or react more quickly to those that arise. In 2017, the US container industry alone suffered $30B in losses due to supply chain issues.
 


Focus areas

  • Supply chain risk monitoring & mitigation
  • E2E SC transparency
  • Real-time tracking of goods
  • Digitised paper trail
Supply Chain Visibility
Forecasting Demand

Forecasting Demand 

 

Improving predictions of future demand for goods enables better planning from production to transportation, storage, and even investment decisions.
 

Focus areas
  • AI enabled demand & supply shortage prediction
  • Time sensitive transport
  • Retail demand sensing
  • Data standardisation

Increasing Flexibility

 

The ability to recover from disruptions is a key pillar of resilience, and adaptability enables this. A study by Sea Intelligence consulting estimates that introducing flexibility measures yields 12.4% savings on average, translating to a global cost saving potential of $608B. 
 

Focus areas
  • Additive manufacturing
  • Automated movement of goods
  • Agile & adaptive logistics network
  • Freight pricing platforms
  • Crew safety
  • Equipment safety
  • Inspection robotics
Increasing Flexibility

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