B2BE Weekly Supply Chain Bulletin - 12 Dec 2022 | B2BE Blog

Our weekly supply chain bulletin – 12 December 2022

B2BE Weekly Supply Chain Bulletin - 12 Dec 2022 | B2BE Blog

This is your weekly supply chain bulletin from B2BE for the week starting 12th December 2022.

Each week, we bring you a rundown of the latest trends in the news from across the supply chain industry. We cover the issues most important to you, bringing you useful links to the full articles. This ranges from news on various supply chain disruptions to strategies to lessen the damage. We also include other relevant supply chain related updates. If you missed it, you can read last week’s edition here. Read on to see what’s making the news this week.

Australia, Canada and USA sign up to UK’s vision for a stronger 5G supply chain

Australia, Canada and the United States have backed guidelines for telecoms companies, developed by the UK, designed to build a more innovative, competitive and secure supply of equipment for telecoms networks, including for 5G and 6G.

The 5G Supply Chain Diversification Strategy, published November 2020 and backed by the £250 million Open Networks Fund, sets out where the government will remove barriers for new vendors, invest in open and interoperable solutions such as Open RAN and work with like-minded countries to achieve the shared aim for secure and resilient telecoms supply chains.

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Should smaller businesses also be investing in supply chain planning solutions?

Typically organisations which invest in supply chain planning solutions have been large organisations with complex supply chains. However, supply chain planning solutions can help drive a consistent process across organisations of any size and help build skilled demand.

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Offshore wind supply chain grows in confidence

The government and industry backed Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult agency has undertaken its first survey of the UK’s offshore wind energy supply chain, revealing growing confidence across the sector over its prospects.

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After months of inflation worries the U.S. straightens out supply chains

Costs for US supply chains are beginning to fall easing pressures of inflation, even with continued concerns over disruptions in China regarding COVID-19. The higher logistical costs, which were passed on to customers presented one of the pandemic’s largest challenges, creating backed-up ports and a shortage of truck drivers. However, this year the problems are easing off allowing supply chain operations to proceed.

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Thank you for reading our weekly supply chain bulletin where we summarise the latest news! Is your organisation facing disruptions to your supply chain? If so, what strategies are you currently using to protect your transactions?

For years, B2BE has supplied a range of innovative solutions designed to automate and streamline processes across your company’s supply networks. If you would like to find out more, contact us.

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