Because it imports and distributes to each level of the supply chain, including the last mile, Marx Foods has visibility into each supply chain link. In 2020, COVID taught it a lot about how to manage the supply chain in 2021.
As COVID-19 changes our world, there has been a dramatic shift in how supply chains are viewed within an organization. It's now increasingly recognized as an area where companies have the most to gain or lose.
Distributors face liquidity shortages brought on by the pandemic. Pressed between both struggling ends of the supply chain, they can only negotiate so far. What are they to do? The answer may lie in their receivables.