The coronavirus outbreak has brought the entire world economy to a virtual standstill for a while. Most countries’ governments have ordered a lockdown and arranged for a halt to business activities in all sectors of the economy except those which were considered “essential”, such as food and medicine.
This is a situation that had never happened before on a global scale, and it is still ongoing as this report is being produced. Grocery and pharmaceutical stores have been the only shops open on a typical high street anywhere in the world.
In this white paper, we will look more closely at
- The impact of Covid-19 on supply chain
- How automation can help the situation
- What are the key trends after Covid-19
Read this white paper to learn more about the new era of supply chain after Covid-19