Behind every detail in retail
Sustainability starts with efficiency
Flexible Warehousing and Distribution - Key to Omnichannel Success
Retail supply chains: Learning lessons from disruption
Adapting to a Changing Retail Supply Chain
Keeping the Shelves Stocked
Trends and Challenges in Supermarket Supply ChainsSupermarket supply chains are complicated at the best of times. However, this complexity is only likely to grow amid rising geopolitical pressures and black swan events like COVID-19 which have exposed just how vulnerable global logistics is to disruption. As a result, businesses across the world are shifting focus towards improving the resilience and flexibility of their supply chains in order to better prepare for future disruptions. For supermarkets, however, this poses some unique challenges that are exacerbated by decreasing profit margins, waning customer loyalty, and the rise of omnichannel shopping.
In this report, we hear from Maersk’s Global Head of Retail, Johanna Hainz, Global Head of Cold Chain Logistics, Katharina Poehlmann, and European Head of Program Management, Jordi Avellaneda De La Calle, on the challenges supermarkets are facing today and what solutions are available to them.
The changing shape of E-commerce Logistics
In this report that you can get access to below, we examine COVID-19’s impact on e-commerce logistics and interview Martin Holme, Maersk Global Head of Supply Chain Management and E-commerce Logistics and Christoph Stork, Maersk Global Managing Director of E-commerce Logistics to explore what it means for supply chains now, and in the future.