August 5, 2021

Mobility Supply Chain: What’s Happening in the Wider Industry?

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05

Mobility Supply Chain: What’s Happening in the Wider Industry?

At the start of the pandemic, the global mobility supply chain either slowed down or stopped completely. As demand continued to build during 2020 and the start of this year, the lack of capacity has only become worse with time, now significantly impacting some organizations’ mobility programs. Download our Mobility Supply Chain Guide to find out the specific challenges impacting the wider industry, what Cartus is doing to mitigate them, and key recommendations to help companies reduce the impact these challenges have on their relocation programs. 

Mobility Supply Chain Guide thumb-02-02.pngOur guide looks specifically at:

  • Destination Services
  • Immigration
  • Temporary Housing
  • Rental Assistance
  • U.S. Household Goods
  • Global Household Goods

The Cartus Global Supplier Network is made up of the world’s leading suppliers within their field who understand our clients’ mobility needs and the importance of providing total support to the families we help relocate. Cartus will continue to work closely with our suppliers to ensure we minimize the impact this situation may have on our clients and their relocating employees.

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Look out for more blogs over the coming weeks, which will deep-dive into specific areas of supply chain and the innovative solutions we are providing to help clients navigate the current challenges.

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Don Briggs

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As Vice President, Supply Chain Management, Don manages sourcing and compliance with responsibilities for global household goods, temporary housing, rental, property management, and other preferred alliances.

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