Shippers' capacity concerns as optimistic UK joins Trans-Pacific trade bloc
Supply chain leaders have greeted the UK’s admission to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for ...
A report from the recent World Economic Forum at Davos, where UK prime minster David Cameron became one of the first European politicians to join the re-shoring bandwagon that has gained so much traction amongst political figures and business leaders across the Atlantic. He even mentioned “shortening supply chains, more customisation, and new technologies such as 3D printing”, in a speech that appeared designed to press for reform of EU institutions as much as did advertise the benefits of manufacturing in the UK – but it is beginning to take place.
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