When we look back upon 2021 in a few years' time, not only COVID-19 will be mentioned but also the very wet summer. What this summer proves is that the climate change is real and weather conditions are becoming less and less reliable, with major consequences for agriculture and the frozen food sector.
However, I see several interesting solutions for working…
Frozen foods from the Benelux occupy a prominent place in the European market. But the already very complex international supply chains and tight margins receive even more pressure by a rapidly changing market, unforeseen situations and unpredictable weather conditions. So how do you make financial room for investment? How do you increase your margins?