If there was one word that defined the conversation around supply chains in 2020, it was definitely risk. The pandemic year has been a wake-up call for many by making very clear which issues would put supply chains at risk, no matter the size or geographical span. In many cases, the savings achieved from this approach are overshadowed by the loss caused by the disruption.
Since the pandemic, all companies must deal with this level of risk head-on.
These disruptions are going to become more common going forward, meaning that although we will return to some sort of baseline and will continue to produce, ship and trade in a globalized system, we will all have to give greater accountability to the risks.
This white paper is specifically designed to help you do so.
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