Distressed supply chains

Global supply chains are currently facing enormous pressures: the war in Ukraine, continuing fall-out from the Covid-19 pandemic, the rise in energy prices and shortages of materials and labour, together with increasing demands for greater sustainability from end users, have led to a significant rise in distressed suppliers.

The impact of distressed supply chains is being felt far and wide across all sectors, on both supplier and customer side.

Here we are focusing on topical issues including protecting your position, the potential impact of financial sanctions, and dealing with insolvency risks, and give key, practical tips on actions businesses can take to mitigate risks and avoid costly disputes. 

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