So far, 2017 has been a year of great disruption for global trade professionals. Trade agreements are being canceled and renegotiated, regulatory enforcement is on the rise, the timeline for Brexit is approaching, political instability is a growing concern, and catastrophic weather-related events have disrupted supply chains worldwide. Networks that had been relatively stable for years are now in flux. Now more than ever, companies need to re-engineer processes and supporting systems to achieve a totally new level of agility to respond to these market forces.
Identifying the primary challenges and means to proactively prepare for these is what we present in this document.
But it is equally important to realize how these considerations and the disruptions facing global supply chain can be mitigated; first through identifying and understanding them, then by transforming your supply chain into a digital, full- spectrum global trade management solution.