Turkish Airlines weighs in as relief efforts step up and supply chains recover
Turkey’s manufacturing sector could take at least eight months to recover from the damage wrought ...
Involvement in humanitarian logistics is, perhaps somewhat surprisingly, one of the areas of the supply chain industry that few operators like to brag about. But it is a big business – in 2010 the UN spent $7bn of its humanitarian aid budget on logistics – and as a result the sector is getting slicker and more professional in the way it treats logistics operations and requirements. This article identifies three key areas.
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