Free Trade Agreements & Sourcing: How Rising Fuel Costs Have Moved Both Back Into the Spotlight

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With rising fuel cost, along with other supply chain risk, the topics of near-sourcing and the utilization of free trade agreements are again picking up momentum as more companies seek ways to reduce logistics costs and bring products into the market quickly. Along with this, it has become apparent that the past few years have ushered in what many perceive as the "new normal" for global supply chains. How can companies capitalize on this new normal while shifting business and production operations to reduce logistics costs? This paper will explore all of this and more.

Topics covered in this white paper include:

What is the impact of higher fuel costs to sourcing
Has the rise in fuel costs ignited a new interest in near-sourcing
What is the parallel between free trade agreements and economic growth
Could technology help companies make decisions when it comes to sourcing

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