Global manufacturing supply chains: the future

Global manufacturing supply chains: the future

July 2020

The disruption associated with Covid-19 brought the resilience of manufacturing supply chains into sharp relief. China has long played a dominant role in global manufacturing, but rising labour costs, the US-China trade war and, most recently, Covid-19, has led to a reassessment of increasingly stretched global supply chains. What does this mean for global trade flows, and what are the real estate implications?

Keywords: Manufacturing and Industrial, Savills, Supply Chain, Strategy

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