Recent global crises starkly show that the way we currently produce goods and bring them to market isn’t fit for purpose. Theo Saville, CEO and founder, CloudNC explains.
Before COVID-19, the extent of the problem within the supply chain was already clear. Western manufacturing capacity has been hollowed out by globalisation, as cheap labour overseas reduces the ability of developed countries to compete. As a result, domestic production has dwindled away, and weak career prospects mean workers aren’t being replaced as they retire,…
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