Meeting Supply Chain Challenges - 30 August 2022

Overview

The global food supply chain is facing an unparalleled number of problems, placing huge stress on all companies involved. Prices of wheat, corn and sunflower have skyrocketed since the Russian invasion of the Ukraine, while the ongoing risk of Covid-19 lockdowns in China, including Shanghai, China's main manufacturing and export hub, looms large and could continue to cause far-reaching disruptions.[1]

With transportation costs going through the roof, crop yields decreasing and trade wars ongoing, how do companies ensure access to the raw materials they need at a reasonable price? How can supply chain disruptions be managed and what measures need to be in place for the future?

Join this session to get the latest update on these issues and put your questions to our expert, Rob Kooijmans, during the live Q&A.

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