Covid-19 is an opportunity that Indian SMEs must grab: GS1 India CEOLogYcode
Certainly, the Covid-19 pandemic is a significant humanitarian problem the planet has ever encountered and it has affected, without any measure, the economic operations across the globe. The Indian logistics market is one of the most impacted and the supply chain has been disrupted by the national shutdown like never before.
Common sense will warn us this is going to impact any single economic operation and every single market area. The supply chain standards organization’s chief executive, GS1 India, Ravi Mathur says GS1 India feels an additional burden and is dedicated to supporting India industry in these tough times by allowing it to streamline its supply chains.
“There is a logistical crisis around the world right now to get the critical or even the largest brands to transfer their goods from the production units to the distributors. The Covid-19 pandemic left last-mile distribution firms feeling stressed and in dire need of a digital network that could put together manufacturers on one end and supply companies on the other, who could put vendors together on the other.