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Delivering with speed is the biggest priority for businesses in the FMCG industry. Adapting to the constantly shifting landscape and changing consumer tastes takes a supply chain that can take proactive actions against challenges. Discover how Lead Logistics Solutions can help your FMCG supply chain become more resilient and agile.
Despite vehicles becoming more energy efficient, carbon emissions from road freight is still on the rise. To counteract, governments are putting many regulations in place. In this situation, FMCG companies need to reduce their emissions quickly. But they can only do this by working with the transport sector to make supply chains more sustainable.
Read the article to learn how Maersk can help you decarbonise your inland logistics.
As the market fluctuates, companies with temperature-sensitive cargo need to be more prepared and more resilient; any break in the cold chain could result in spoiled cargo and loss of profits. Due to the fragmented nature of FMCG supply chains, it's critical to use data for visibility, to manage risks, produce accurate forecasts, improve collaboration with supply chain partners and make adjustments in response to changing conditions.
Learn how to get real-time visibility and bridge the gap between FMCG and retail supply chains.
The most important benefit of gaining end-to-end data visibility is the ability to plan ahead based on market demand. This helps FMCG businesses to manage inventory efficiently, resulting in fewer errors and subsequent supply chain disruptions. Our industry research and analysis, coupled with first-hand insights from Maersk’s leading FMCG experts panel has helped us to arrive at five key predictions for the year ahead.
An agile supply chain is essential in a world of changing customer preferences, increasing disruptions, shorter shelf lives and wider global distribution networks. As an FMCG customer using our end-to-end visibility solutions, your company will benefit from Maersk's intimate knowledge, high responsiveness of key account teams and innovative, technology-driven solutions.
Learn how to reduce the risk of delays and maintain optimal inventory flow.
The world appears to be moving from one black swan event to another. This relentless disruption has forced FMCG businesses in Europe to deal with multiple threats to their supply chains ranging from container shortages and increasing costs of transportation to overloaded ports.
Changing consumer preferences have urged beer companies to diversify their sales channels, as classic lagers and pilsners must share space with new-age craft beers, microbrews and non-alcoholic beer. As a result, complex supply chains require a logistics partner who can provide solutions enabled by end-to-end visibility, connected data, seamless processes, and integrated supply chains that ensure kegs, bottles and cans get to where they are most needed – in the hands of the consumer.