Supply Chain Challenges during COVID-19 – Global Market & Logistics Update 2021

The pandemic has led to global lockdowns severely affecting the supply chains of all international industries. Lock downs led to production and therefore supply shortfalls, delayed project completion and finally increased prices for transportation and logistics. In 2021, the top supply chain challenge will continue to be keeping operations on track.

Within that overarching challenge, there are challenges that have occupied supply chain experts for the past several years — it is just that the pandemic has shed new light on them and, in many cases, made them more acute.  

In a roundtable session, decision-makers across the value chain will discuss these challenges and identify innovation and further digitalization potential.

In Cooperation with

10:00 AM (CEST)
Global PV Market Outlook 2021
Parag Bhamre, Partner, EUPD Research

10:15 AM (CEST)  
Global Solar Supply Chain: Status-quo Analysis & Future Expectations
TBC, Global Head of Seafreight, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics              

10:30 AM (CEST) 
Roundtable Discussion: 360° Review of Supply Chain Challenges

Eupd research

Parag Bhamre, Partner

Parag Bhamre

Parag started working in the PV industry in 2010, and he is connected with EuPD Research ever since. He conducted numerous market research and consulting projects in the field of photovoltaics and storage. His main focus is international PV and storage markets and he primarily works on exclusive projects.