**Diese Session wird in englischer Sprache gehalten**
The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed global supply chains’ reliance on China, India and Southeast Asia. As a consequence, many international manufacturers have started shifting their production and assembly to Central and Eastern Europe in an effort to distribute risks and gain more control over the flow of goods. In addition, Brexit has forced some companies to relocate their logistics operations to the EU.
These developments are opening up new challenges for the Central and Eastern European logistics market, but also highlighting the importance of well-developed hubs and diversification along the supply chain. At the live workshop, cargo-partner will assess the impact of these recent developments on transport and logistics and illustrate strategies companies can implement to master these challenges, based on real-life business cases.