Savvy supply chain operators are not just wringing their hands. Learn the keys to winning in an uncertain future.
By Lisa Terry
The LEGO Group is making moves to reduce the risk of supply chain disruption and reduce time to market by erecting plants in the United States and Vietnam and expanding a site in Monterrey, Mexico. The LEGO Group is also working to address the supply chain flaws exposed by the pandemic by moving past manual and spreadsheet-based processes and data silos by adopting a low-code analytics automation platform so they can rapidly develop analytic solutions within supply chain and other business units.
Utz Brands continues to enhance its manufacturing, logistics, and planning capabilities, increasing throughput and efficiencies and transforming how it approaches demand and supply planning. Utz’ moves also include:
Investing in people in supply chain and other areas
Tapping recent acquisition integrations to scale manufacturing capabilities and efficiently support strong demand for its power brands
Leveraging technology investments to unlock insights that enable several margin-enhancing work streams
Utz Brands has “built a lot of muscle” around its ability to manage supply chain disruption, according to Ajay Kataria, executive VP and CFO.
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