3 February 2021 | UK

In 2020 the levels of disruption experienced were greater and occurred more quickly than ever before. What have we learnt?

Supply chain disruption is not new. Consider the impact of 9/11, the flight chaos in 2010 due to Icelandic volcanic ash, the Japanese earthquake and ensuing tsunami in 2011, the flooding of large areas of Thailand the same year, or the supply chain uncertainties around Brexit. If these events teach us anything it is that disruption is a regular occurrence.

In this article from CILT UK’s Focus magazine, authors Soroosh Saghiri and Michael Bourlakis discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic highlighted the need for greater focus on supply chain resilience.

Read the full article here.

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