Category: Supply Chains

Knowledge Hub for Logistics in Ireland

Logistics Hall of Fame

Who’s in the Logistics Hall of Fame?

It may not be as high profile as some other such awards, and being inducted is certainly not as glamourous, but the logistics Hall of Fame aims to recognise major contributions and improve the profile of the logistics profession.

port infrastructure and economic growth

Port Infrastructure and Economic Growth

Good infrastructure in and around ports is generally considered to be important to Ireland’s economy. But just how important? What is the relationship between investment in port infrastructure and economic growth?

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Post-COVID Recovery, Supply Chains and Prices

As economies begin to recover from the COVID slowdown, supply chains are under pressure and constraints are likely. A slower recovery along with higher prices and longer term inflation are real dangers.

Suez Disruption Shows Need to Review Supply Chains

The Suez Canal blockage highlights the need to review key supply lines as this is not the only time such problems have arisen. Other countries are reacting and Ireland must also.

Supply Chains Become Self-Thinking

In the not-too-distant future, the supply chain will think by itself. The potential benefits for efficiency, security and cost savings are only beginning to be realised.

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