Download Interos’ newest whitepaper Red Tape Revolution which covers the new wave of sanctions and restrictions that will transform supply chains in 2023 and beyond!
In 2020, U.S. Customs and Border Protection blocked 314 shipments connected to forced labor worth $50M. In 2022, they blocked 2,398 shipments worth a staggering $466M! What’s behind this massive increase in trade restrictions? And what will it mean for large businesses and their global supply chains in 2023 and the years beyond?
Read the latest paper from Interos’ Sr. VP of Research and Analysis, Dr. Andrea Little Limbago to learn:
- Why the U.S. has begun to issue more restrictions than any other country
- Who the largest targets of trade restrictions are, and why
- Which industries are at the greatest risk of further sanctions
- What you can do to get compliant, stay compliant, and gain a competitive advantage over rival organizations before the next wave of restrictions hits
There is little doubt that global supply chains are undergoing unprecedented transformations, with geopolitics and industrial policy at the center of this activity. From Japan to Europe, geopolitical rivalries are exposing vulnerabilities in supply chains, while the regulatory landscape of restricted goods and technologies introduces additional risks and costs hidden within complex supply chain networks.
Only organizations with operational resilience – the ability to weather large and sustained supply chain shocks over an extended period of time – will flourish in this increasingly tumultuous trade environment. Being unprepared is no longer an option.
Download the white paper to learn more about the state of sanctions and restrictions in 2023 (and beyond) and how Interos can help.