In an unusual situation, within a tense context and with different purchasing habits both in terms of times and types and quantities of products, technology and digitalisation are indispensable for prompt procurement and distribution, through multiple channels, of basic goods for the population. We're all aware...

The Covid19 pandemic is putting a strain on the logistics and transport sector, which suffers shocks caused by production breakdowns, restrictions on the movement of goods and staff shortages. To cope with the current scenario, companies need to ensure the continuity of production activities and...

As the COVID-19 has already had a massive impact on Global Supply Chains, it brings out how companies are heavily dependent on China and how today's supply chains are so fragile. The growing difficulty of sourcing finished or semi-finished products has increased supply chain risks and breakdown, and...

The effects of the Coronavirus emergency are now visible on a global scale. The supply-chain breakdown, the delay in distribution and the reduction in the volumes are compelling companies to pay attention to rapid and effective measures for employees safety and operational productivity. What risks for supply...