Saadé mid-crisis: We must rethink our supply chain models

There will be a need for more resilient global trade once the corona crisis passes. The value chain must prepare for sharp fluctuations in supply and demand, predicts Rodolphe Saadé, chairman of CMA CGM.

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The normal patterns of world trade will not be the same once the corona crisis loosens its grip.

That is why there is a need to rethink the entire supply chain, so that it can be even more resilient in the future, says Rodolphe Saadé, chairman of French container line CMA CGM.

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