SCM Map Europe 2013-2014

Despite the economic malaise in Western Europe, multinationals are investing heavily in manufacturing and distribution in the eastern part of the continent. As two rapidly expanding economies, Russia and Turkey are large enough to warrant local production activities. The Balkans are also an emerging manufacturing region for Europe. The growth in intercontinental freight flows into Europe is primarily coming from the Far East, and particularly from China, although these freight flows are increasingly heading for eastern Mediterranean and Baltic Sea ports. Those are the main conclusions of Buck Consultants International, which for the second consecutive year has worked together with Supply Chain Movement to develop a European supply chain map.

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