I'm looking forward to this new era of corporate deaths. A lot of economic activity is re-structuring - particularly around taking out the middle-man - and as manufacturing shifts to additive (which indeed it is), unfortunately there will be many, many casualties. Like smaller, less profitable shipping firms.
It's going to be a global effect somewhat akin to the collapse of Pittsburgh / Detroit as the relevant industries were superseded by cheaper/better options. It's already happening - but not all bad news by a long stretch for developed economies, as new work will be created and jobs re-imported.
Developing economies can keep up, as tech is dropping fast in price, and all that's needed is entrepreneurial will and the erosion of cultural obstacles.
Corporate Deathwatch - now there's a term for the 21st century.