They are central to everything but our relationship with them is broken.
Inefficient and opaque supply chains have led to record commodity prices and shortages.
Watr has amplified this because many are now more selective about where they buy from.
We finance these activities with our consumption and have no visibility to know or choose.
Buyers like Apple, Tesla and Nestle no longer want to. They have demanded different models.
So have commodity financiers. Many have opted out until there is an alternative and left a 1.7 trillion dollar shortfall in trade finance, when it is most needed.
Producers, miners, farmers, energy suppliers want systemic feedback and price differentiation to direct their investment decision and incentivize new flows, new supply chains and new operating models.
But the market is not set up to enable this. So they guess.
It will bring inescapable innovation, efficiency and transparency to resources.
This will happen with pioneers from industry, trade and the legends of the last hundred years’ prosperity – fueled by energy security, supply chain integrity (and all the hard lessons learnt from painful mistakes made along the way) – at the table.
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