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The post-corona supply chain will focus on the balance between cost optimization, on the one hand, and safety and ecology on the other
Despite the corona pandemic and trade conflicts, global supply chains are by no means an obsolete model for German chemical companies. However, global supply chains need structural adjustments if they are to become more resilient to failure and, at the same time, more sustainable. Protectionism ...
Sustainability in the business model as the recipe for the future?
The economic downturn is dampening the mood in the German chemical industry. According to the current CHEMonitor poll by CAMELOT Management Consultants and the trade newspager CHEManager, the satisfaction of chemical managers with Germany as an economic site has reached a new low. The trend ...
The majority of German chemical companies see the adjustment of their procurement strategy as a key way to successfully master the challenge of carbon neutrality and compensate for expected competitive disadvantages. Sustainability aspects are already a central decision-making factor in the ...
Declining satisfaction with Germany as a chemicals site
The innovation processes of the past century remain predominant in the German chemicals industry. Only a minority of companies are open to innovation partnerships outside the traditional value chain, such as collaborating with firms in other industries and start-ups. A skeptical attitude persists ...
The German chemical industry continues to break record after record, and despite the partly historic peaks in production, sales and workforce figures, well over half of the decision-makers questioned believe that the impressive growth rates will continue over the next twelve months. These were ...
The global chemical industry is changing dramatically. While the worldwide chemical production increased by almost 40% over the last 10 years, 95% of this growth was concentrated in developing countries. The Middle East chemical industry is at the top of this development: it will continue to grow ...