„Made in Europe“ – Restructuring in the supplychain after Corona?

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by Peter Jägersberger, CEO

In the past few weeks, retailers ensuring the basic provisions for food and medical products for end consumers, our industrial companies in Europe are working full speed to maintain the supply chain of system-relevant products and services. The current situation shows the dependence of globalization and consequential resulting problems. For the brand “Made in Europe”, rethinking industrial manufacturing strategies will bring more opportunities than risks for European Producers. Security of supply is first priority of our customers in the PREIS group and underlines current development in the procurement. Everyone is facing challenges due to the Corona Pandemic, for personal, medical, professional or financial reasons. All branches of the PREIS group are running at full blast under strict, security-relevant directives and thus ensure supplies in relevant industries.  

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