Rising demand, global supply chain disruptions drive logistics firms to diversify and expand

Analysts agree the disruptions will likely last well into 2022 as economies recover and demand rises. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Pandemic restrictions and a surge in consumption worldwide have caused disruptions across the transport supply chain since 2020 and culminated in delivery delays and shortages of all sorts of goods.

Analysts agree the disruptions will likely last well into 2022 as economies recover and demand rises.

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