As the supply chain finds itself at historic levels of disruption, consumer goods companies are steeling themselves for a rough road ahead. Learn how CGs are leveraging automation and artificial intelligence in order to manage today’s disruption and emerge with a competitive edge.
In an ever-evolving supply chain landscape, constantly staying ahead of the curve to meet the demands of the consumer is essential. The shift to online channels has fragmented demand, leading to challenges in order fulfillment.
The executive will lead all aspects of PMI’s supply chain operations in the North America and EMEA regions – including sales, demand and supply planning, sourcing, manufacturing, warehousing, and logistics.
While the consumer goods industry is more adept at navigating COVID’s curveballs, labor and supply chain obstacles remain persistent barriers to meeting increasing consumer demand. As a result, CPGs often find themselves in a game of whack-a-mole.
Achieving flexibility and resilience is proving a tall order, thanks to the current state of many consumer goods supply chains. Read on and discover how CGs can strengthen their supply chain foundation in an era of constant change in this latest roadmap report.
CGT tapped into the expertise of Lori Harner, senior director of product marketing for E2open, to get her perspective on how CGs can become more empowered to focus on the supply chain opportunities moving forward.