|Sponsor||St. Onge Company|
|Date||Wednesday, April 14, 2021|
|Time||9:00 AM - 9:30 AM CDT|
This seminar will communicate how the growth of e-commerce (including the acceleration of that growth triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic) has affected supply chain networks (facility locations and mission), facility design for both major hubs and last mile e-commerce facilities and real estate pressure to find locations for all the nodes in the e-commerce and retail supply chains. All these pressures, and the changes in reaction to them, are effectively defining the needs for what could be called the “newCommerce” supply chain.
• How are networks changing to meet the challenges of ecommerce customer demands as e-commerce volume waxes and brick and mortar volume wane.
• How are assets in retail supply shifting in their roles to address the changing mix of e-commerce and brick and mortar volumes.
|Bryan Jensen||St. Onge Company|