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Top 10 stories from Supply Chain Dive

It’s been a tumultous start to the year for supply chains, to say the least. 

The first six months of 2023 brought to the forefront the new struggles of operating in a post-pandemic world. To name a few, labor issues across the supply chain spurred port closures and delivery delays. Meanwhile, some companies had to restrategize their supply chains to accomodate for lower demand and ongoing supply shortages. 

However, companies remained resilient in the face of adversity, pivoting their operational strategies to mitigate new or changing challenges. For some, this meant investing in tech and other automated tools, while others looked to rightsize their distribution and delivery networks following the dip in demand.

The industry outlook for the second half of 2023 may be cloudy, but we’ll be here to follow changes, challenges and new innovations across the supply chain in the year ahead.