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With companies who focus on improving their supply chain consistently outperforming their peers financially, businesses are increasingly focusing on creating competitive advantage through an optimized supply chain. Not only does it make them more efficient and improve their customers’ satisfaction today – it also means they are better prepared for the supply chain challenges of tomorrow.

That’s especially true as we face what is effectively a fourth industrial revolution, with the increasing use of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies.

This combination of trends and new technologies is changing the way that nearly all goods are made – with clear knock-on effects for supply chains.

Fortunately, the same technologies that are transforming manufacturing are supporting a similar revolution in logistics – creating ever greater opportunities to support the optimization of supply chains globally, and improve both their efficiency and end-customer satisfaction.