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The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed how fragile lengthy, complex supply chains can be—and how much society has been riding on their continued smooth functioning.  Given that the world is undergoing its second “once-in-a-generation” disruption in 12 years, a reappraisal is in order.

We dive into:

- Ocean and air freight predictions
- Supply chains resilience versus cost-efficiency
- The importance of setting expectations with internal and external stakeholders
- Betting on long term commitments by securing capacity for crucial lanes early on


Dr. Ludwig Hausmann, Partner, McKinsey & Company


Thomas Sørbø, CBDO & Co-Founder, Xeneta 

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With the current state of the world, we're all scrambling for information to help us better understand what's happening in the transportation market and how this will affect our day jobs. With so much information bombarding us from the media, we need to filter it and decipher it.

What's it really saying? What does it mean? 

We're hosting a series of webinars with various members of our management team and Xeneta experts together with various industry experts to shed light on the current state of the transportation market and global supply chains.

New webinars post approximately every week. Be on the lookout for the latest episode below. 

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