Coronavirus: Impact on, and Implications for, the Global Supply Chain

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Supply chains are in better shape today and have a greater visibility and are more resilient; but as the coronavirus is showing, they are still not resilient enough.

While globalized operations can mean diversification of risk, they also expose supply chains to the impacts of regional problems, particularly where those operations play a significant role globally.

Understanding the multidimensional nature of risk, and creating a resilient supply chain, is a worth while endeavour, particularly in a world where disruptions appear poised to occur more frequently and with greater severity.

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Date: 11 June 2020, 13:35 pm   |   Provider: IBM Sterling   |   Size: 665 KB   |   Language: English