‘Super Sector’ Cyclicality: Mitigating Logistics Business Risks


Understanding the behaviour of the underlying volumes and revenues driving business growth is critical to building resilience. Whilst specialization in a certain industry sector or niche has many benefits, it can also leave a business vulnerable to cyclicality in demand.

Although, of course, it is important for logistics companies to ensure financial and operational sustainability by making their businesses as resilient as possible to external economic shocks or cyclical downturns, it is also an issue of concern for their customers and other supply chain partners.

Our latest whitepaper takes a high-level look at:

– The impact vertical sector trends have on logistics output

– Which sectors are cyclical and which are defensive

– The benefits and disadvantages of the diversified/specialist business strategy

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