Organizations are taking steps to restructure their supply chains, while at the same time showing concern for ESG considerations. In this episode of Marsh’s Risk in Context podcast, Marsh’s John Frazee, Marine and Logistics Growth Leader for the US, Randal Waters, Senior Vice President within Marsh Advisory’s Emerging Risks Group, Matthew Yeshin, Managing Director, Marsh Canada’s Marine Logistics and Transportation Practice, and Richard Geiger, Leader for North America’s Marine Industry Practice, discuss persisting supply chain challenges, disruptions in the shipping environment and how shipping companies can address environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.
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Industries are still facing some limiting factors, such as driver shortages in trucking, but additional investments in structural changes to the supply chain offer signs for encouragement. At the same time, organizations are looking throughout their supply chains to make accommodations for climate risk and ESG considerations. Companies are now recognizing that it's not just their risk but really their suppliers’ risk and their partners’ risks that require robust scrutiny.
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