Mobility and Infrastructure

Future of Mobility and Infrastructure | Mitigating against supply chain issues, the changing logistics industry and artificial intelligence

Published on 22nd Nov 2023

Welcome to this first instalment of Osborne Clarke's Mobility & Infrastructure sector update, where we address key trends and issues within the sector affecting your business.

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Mitigating against supply chain issues in the Mobility and Infrastructure sector

We cover the key issues currently hitting supply chains and their consequences, including how to spot red flags early on and the proactive steps that can be taken to mitigate risk and protect your business.

Find out what is causing supply chain pressure and how you can spot the red flags

What are the principle challenges posed by new service models, decarbonisation drivers and data management in the logistics industry?

We explore three key trends in the rapidly changing logistics industry: "as a service" models, decarbonisation of fleets, and data as an asset.

Here are our three key trends in the rapidly changing logistics industry which are having a huge impact on business

AI: Threats and opportunities in the Mobility and Infrastructure sector 

Supply chains have faced significant disruptions over the past couple of years, due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine and turbulent global markets. Asset managers need to be aware of how best to manage disruption.

We explore the opportunities and threats of artificial intelligence 


* This article is current as of the date of its publication and does not necessarily reflect the present state of the law or relevant regulation.

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