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Global Supply Chain Insights Series. The current market rewards companies who can quickly adjust their global supply chains in response to the different phases of the pandemic.

Watch our best practise sharing series in which Kuehne+Nagel experts from the International Supply Chain discuss up-to-date topics in the world of logistics, supply chain and transport. 


Who we are

KN International Supply Chain is specialised at helping clients to optimise the rewards and manage the risks associated with global sourcing, manufacturing and distribution – no matter how big or small your business is. We work with you to design and implement well thought-out solutions that will make every purchase order a success. Consistent integration of processes across supply chain partners and critical business functions, such as logistics, finance, compliance and procurement, is key to our service promise.


Session 1

The first session of the “Global Supply Chain Insights Series” examines the importance of responsive supply chains – particularly in the current, volatile market environment. 


  • How to adjust your global supply chain in response to the different stages of the Covid-19 pandemic
  • Is this the new normal?
  • How different industries have handled the volatility 
  • Examples


Session 2

Would you like to learn more about the specific levers and enablers required for a responsive supply chain? Then watch the second episode of our series: Our Webinar “How to enable a responsive global supply chain”.


  • Importance of a responsive supply chain with examples
  • The most impactful levers to speed up or slow down your supply chain
  • Key enablers of a responsive supply chains


Session 3 

How can you ensure that you keep moving forward and even stay ahead of the curve? In this 3rd publication in our Global Supply Chain Insights Series we share some thoughts on planning and predicting responsive supply chains.


  • How to search for solutions to enable a responsive supply chain
  • Learning is required for a lean and agile supply chain
  • Key takeaways