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When an industry undergoes a transformation, so must its supply chains and logistics processes. That's what's happening in the automotive sector right now.
In less than two decades, China has transformed itself from an automotive minnow into a whale. Now the world's largest producer and consumer of cars, the country is also becoming a leading innovator in the industry.
Fathi Tlatli, President, Global Automotive Sector, DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation
Companies are looking to circular economy models for ways to transform waste into raw materials, energy and new business models. Creativity abounds. The hard part is getting the business model right.
Africa’s vibrant startup scene is gaining momentum, with talk of big investment numbers and entrepreneurs creating deft business solutions spanning the full technological spectrum to meet Africa’s unique challenges.
Africa’s first aerotropolis, Dube TradePort, brings increased connectivity to South Africa.
Tailoring the choice of therapy and the delivery of treatment more precisely could lead to better outcomes for patients and lower costs for providers. To do that, the life sciences sector will have to rethink its business models and supply chains.
Scott Allison, President, Life Sciences & Healthcare, DHL
Strategically located between North and South America, Mexico has become a manufacturing hub for foreign companies supplying the U.S., and despite political headwinds, the outlook remains bright.
Semiconductor supply chains are complex, dynamic and demanding. That calls for an increasingly integrated approach.
Mexico may be poised for the first big changes in its economic model in two decades, but potential abounds for the country to grow as a manufacturing platform.
Airlines around the world rely on Satair Group for the materials and tools they need to maintain their fleets. That calls for some specialized supply chain capabilities.