Infographic: Results of the 2021 Global Dangerous Goods Confidence Outlook

The global supply chain has never endured a period like the last 18 months. How have Dangerous Goods organizations fared—and what are the most important factors for their future success?

You’ll find the answers to those questions and many more in the below infographic. It contains the results of the 6th annual Global Dangerous Goods Confidence Outlook, which surveyed hundreds of supply chain professionals from every continent about their organizations’ most critical hazmat-related issues and how they are addressing them.

What is the Global DG Confidence Outlook?

The Global DG Confidence Outlook is the definitive survey of the Dangerous Goods industry—a collaborative effort created by Labelmaster, Hazardous Cargo Bulletin (HCB) and IATA. It’s the only global industry source that highlights the challenges and attitudes of Dangerous Goods pros about DG supply chain management.

These results are not just a snapshot—they can help DG pros persuade their corporate leaders to make essential investments in resources, technology and training.

Labelmaster Vice President Robert Finn says, “Many senior leaders don’t understand the impact compliance (and non-compliance) can have on operational and financial performance. We’ve asked Dangerous Goods pros what they need to help communicate with their management about getting more resources, and they’ve told us they need data about global DG management and logistics. This survey is the industry’s only source for that kind of data.”

Please feel free to download and share this infographic, and use its findings to promote the investments your organization needs to make hazmat compliance a competitive advantage that improves supply chain performance while enabling incremental revenue and share gain, risk reduction and better customer service.

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