The ongoing supply chain disruptions have resulted in rising costs and longer duration of global shipments. As a result, companies have to bear the cost of paying up to 3 times more for the cost of freight, at least double the waiting time than usual for goods to be received, and more effort required on logistic planning.
With the recent emergence of the Omicron variant and tightening of borders controls, will the pressure and disruptions on the supply chain continue and increase the risk of inflation? Conversely, when can we expect the supply chain disruptions to ease, and what can we expect in the future?
Join our panel of speakers as they share what to expect of the global supply chain outlook and trends in 2022. What are some of the current key challenges that companies are facing in the world today? How is the future of the supply chain landscape changing, and what can Singapore companies do to build a resilient supply chain to curb the rising cost and disruptions?