The supply chain has always been a balancing act. Whether it is cost and efficiency, customer service vs. profitability, or in modern times resiliency vs. risk. And now, we are increasingly seeing sustainability move into the already crowded field. Read the article from Forbes on one of our latest consulting reports that examines these factors.
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