How Europe is Coping with Supply Chain Disruption
APRIL 14, 2020
On top of this, a growing number of truck and van drivers are off work, often with symptoms of the virus, while many warehouse workers are unhappy about the risks posed. She predicted that shoppers would see more restricted ranges on supermarket shelves “to allow more throughput from suppliers and manufacturers of food”. As China returns to normal export activity, a further challenge on the short to medium-term horizon may be warehousing capacity.