Beauty Supply Chain Hampered By ‘Post-COVID Hangover,’ Geopolitical, Climate Change Impacts
The global beauty ingredient supply chain is functioning again after pandemic-related lockdowns and other disruptions, but companies are having to contend with regional challenges, geopolitical turmoil and the impacts of climate change, supply and distribution experts said at the IBA Supply Chain and Sustainability Summit.
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