Near-shoring, re-shoring and China+: The future of fashion supply chains after Covid-19

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Globalization has meant that fashion supply chains have become vulnerable to many external forces, and recent years have seen disruption from trade wars, natural disasters and now a global pandemic. Supply chain managers have been working hard to plan for these risks for years whilst under pressure to meet the often conflicting needs of fast fashion business models and ethical and sustainable sourcing, now with the impact of Covid-19 supply chain managers have to move faster than ever to keep up.

Ti’s latest research paper takes a look at the future of fashion supply chains in a world of trade wars, pandemics and climate change, mapping out the future for the market and forecasting the growth of the fast fashion logistics sector to help you plan for an increasingly volatile world.

Also containing Ti’s proprietary fashion logistics market sizing.

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