‘Companies placing their solutions in niche markets will lead the Silk Road’
The Eurasian transport market is changing; that is a fact. Supply chain disruptions can be inevitable, and the market needs to adjust to them and find new pathways towards development. As the New Silk Road is currently in a transitional stage, could it be the right time to reconsider it? “Maybe this is a period to tidy up the market”, says Xavier Wanderpepen, former Director New Silk Road at FORWARDIS and currently independent transport consultant.
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