Shippers put more pressure on ocean carriers for carbon-free services
A new alliance of major shippers is pushing ocean carriers to step up their efforts ...
While there have been some murmurs of discontent in past years over the Gartner Supply Chain Top 25; how it is worked out and what its purpose is, there is still an element of clickbait about it. And this year Unilever has booted Amazon from the top spot into third place, leaving McDonald’s safe in its number-two position. But when voted for by peers, Amazon is a clear winner. But, as this article notes, with varying metrics – and the fact that only companies with an annual revenue of at least £12bn are considered – these companies are not necessarily the absolute best.
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