Keys to a Resilient Supply Chain

By Eric Stajda Disruptions from many causes will continue to threaten supply chains and keep them under pressure. Supply chains have been put to the test over the last two and a half years, to put it mildly. The coronavirus pandemic brought the worldwide economy to a standstill and its tremors are still being felt, incidents like the blocking of the Suez Canal further exacerbated existing issues, and worldwide political tensions have had an additional effect on the supply chain. Each disruption, let alone the compounded effect of these multiple disasters, causes financial losses, production delays and, in the end, an ebb in customer loyalty. READ FULL ARTICLE>>