A supply chain is only as strong as its weakest link and methods such as ‘just in time’ delivery increase the strain when unexpected problems arise. Sudden and unexpected natural disasters show us just how interconnected the world’s supply chains actually are.
We work with our clients to manage this supply chain risk.
Unexpected events will always arise but we help you protect their position by having the right agreements in place to allocate business risks. We will give you the insight you need from the straightforward through to the complex and specialist contracts. You can rely on us to be on your side too, when you have counter parties seeking to impose restrictions on you.
One of the biggest risks to the supply chain is the unexpected insolvency of a customer or supplier.
Problems arise quickly and we give timely and practical advice to minimise your risk and protect your interests.
05 January 2017
It is about more than just salary, as eight out of 10 graduates in the West Midlands state that the prospect of employee ownership schemes is a key driver to deciding on where to work. read
Andrew Argyle LLB, Practice Director, Potter Clarkson LLP
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