Supply Chain by Ashish Deshpande

August 2023

Dynamic discounting — the time is now

2020 started well enough, but then the COVID-19 pandemic hit, causing illness and tragedy on an inconceivable scale, along with drastic disruptions to industry and the economy. Global trade and supply chains were hit, then war broke out in the Ukraine. Prices kept rising, and commodity and raw materials prices went through the roof. Labor became hard to find and retain. Working capital costs have gone up significantly, and a global recession remains a possibility.

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