Companies are paying the price for not having followed best practices.
Despite the impact of disasters like the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Fukushima, Japan, many multinationals still have not built resilient supply chains. That lesson is being brought home by the coronavirus epidemic, which has disrupted supplies from China and is now spreading to other parts of the world. This article offers advice on how to build supply chains in ways that minimize or avoid risk when disasters occur.
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