FEBRUARY ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Stay Out of the Supply Chain Trouble Zone

Implement the right business processes to mitigate inevitable risks along the manufacturing and distribution phase


“Manufacturers were nimble in response following the Japanese quake, stepping in to increase production after the disaster hit one of their own,” he explained. “In the larger high-tech space, the catastrophe started a conversation among companies about the vulnerabilities of the supply chain and their capability to manage unexpected events—allowing the industry to take a step toward disaster preparedness in the future,” Nguyen concluded.

About the Author: Neal Lorenzi is a freelance writer based in Mundelein, Ill. He has covered a wide range of industries during his 25 years as a writer and editor.

 

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