Nearshoring is a valuable part of a company’s logistics strategy


In these fast moving times, it is vital to stop and think critically not just about the ideas of the moment, but also about important long term trends. One of the biggest debates revolves around the future of ‘offshoring’ of production, the trend which has driven the global supply chain industry over the past decade. ‘Nearshoring’ has become an important countertrend, due to factors such as supply chain risk and the cost of fuel.

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