As we move into the “start-stop economy” and think about how changing business models impact your work, F&L and the KLU (Kuehne Logistics University) are looking at how we can help you sharpen the argument for more investment in logistics.
A critical part of the agenda for November 2020 is sharing with you where industry is at in the journey towards profitability/longevity of organisations and the risk/resilience of the supply chain in that mix.
The importance, visibility and leadership of the supply chain and the logistics sector has never been higher. The logistics community is in the spotlight and wishes to show, indeed its stakeholders demand, leadership through sustainable actions. We come together because we believe that it is possible to develop business models that are both economically and environmentally sustainable.
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A critical part of the agenda for November is sharing with you where industry is at in the journey towards profitability / longevity of organisations and the risk /resilience of the supply chain in that mix. Short update from Prof Alan McKinnon, Wolfgang Lehmacher, Willem Bulthuis and Frank Andreesen (Covestro):
On your behalf we are engaging with the EU, the World Economic Forum, the World Trade Organisation, the World Meteorological Organisation, the United Nations trade development team, the Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation and a host of others. The goal is not to lobby, but to help build understanding of the very real challenges that supply chain leaders face today so that we can move forward together in the same direction.
We all face moving targets: the challenge of sustaining our organisations into the future, delivering value for all stakeholders, is vast and the scale, scope and complexity of transformation is considerable. By sharing ideas, information, learning and even resources we can achieve things together that we could never do alone.