The last 18 months have made businesses realise that it is too expensive to be unprepared.

As companies initiate a paradigm shift from just-in-time to just-in-case, end-to-end visibility has become a priority. However, if customs isn’t effectively integrated into the supply chain, a crucial link in information is broken both upstream and downstream.

On the other hand, once the connection is made, customs becomes a strategic instrument for business continuity and growth.

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Recent numbers suggest that digitalisation in logistics over the last 12 months has advanced as much as in the previous five years put together.

See this infographic “Accelerated innovation: transformation through turbulence” produced by (E) Brand Connect, a commercial division of The Economist Group.

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U2 may be celebrating the 30th anniversary of Achtung Baby this month, but their focus is on the future as they continue to work on a follow-up to 2017’s Songs of Experience.

Just minutes before the Edge hopped on Zoom with Rolling Stone last week to talk about some of the band’s lesser-known Achtung Baby–era tracks, he was working with bassist Adam Clayton on a new song idea.


“We are firmly locked in the tower of song and working away on a bunch of new things,” the guitarist says, noting that they’re still in the very early stages of the process. “I’m just having so much fun writing and not necessarily having to think about where it’s going to go. It’s more more about enjoying the experience of writing and having no expectations or limitations on the process.”

Source: RollingStone