After multiple years of unprecedented events – from extreme weather events to rising inflation and looming economic uncertainty – procurement leaders are reevaluating their approach to building and maintaining a resilient supply chain while balancing pressures to increase savings and cut costs.
Nicolas Olague, Private Sector Leader - Corporate at Amazon Business, recently joined host Alastair Charatan of the SupplyChainTalk podcast to discuss these challenges, joining a panel of experts whose work focuses on building resilience into the supply chain despite economic challenges. The panel included speakers from United Oil Processing & Packaging S.A.E and Eramet Titanium & Iron AS. Their conversation covered such topics as:
SupplyChainTalk is an online supply chain talk show with new episodes each week for senior supply chain and procurement professionals. In each show, a panel of experts discuss the latest supply chain news and address a topical issue that is having an impact on the impact on the industry. Guests are renowned in their fields for their expertise and we encourage contributions from our viewers. This means that every SupplyChainTalk episode is both entertaining, and informative. And it’s free to join in the debate. No Presentations. No PowerPoint. Just Talk.
View the episode on the SupplyChainTalk webpage.
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