Tag - supply chain risk management

Winter Outlook Update: Mid-January

The second half of winter looks colder and more disruptive than the first. As forecasted, long-lasting Arctic air will spread throughout the Northern Hemisphere, increasing the need for protection from extreme cold (Protect From Freeze – PFF) of temperature-sensitive products. Learn more…

COVID-19: The Future of Supply Chain

To measure the impact of COVID-19 on businesses, the Business Continuity Institute, in partnership with Everstream Analytics, conducted a survey with hundreds of supply chain professionals to produce the BCI Supply Chain Resilience Report 2020. This report provides a detailed analysis of the actions taken by organizations to address...

Annual Risk Report 2020

2019 was a tumultuous year and the supply chain risk landscape over the past 12 months has been dominated by widespread civil unrest and geopolitical tensions in the form of trade restrictions, economic sanctions, and export controls. This year’s Annual Risk Report identifies the risks we foresee gaining greater prominence in...

10 Top Supply Chain Risks Stemming From the Coronavirus Outbreak

Global manufacturing and supply chains are continuing to feel the effect of the novel coronavirus epidemic as factories and logistics providers seeking to resume operations now face labor shortages and regulatory uncertainty. While companies draw up contingency plans to cope with this fast-changing situation, the crisis now looks to...

Update on the Novel Coronavirus:
Latest Developments on Supply Chain Impacts

The unpredictability surrounding the extent to which the COVID-19 virus will spread, coupled with government-mandated production delays in select provinces and cities, has led to uncertainty about how this will impact global manufacturing across various sectors ranging from technology and automotive to energy, chemicals, and pharmaceuticals. Learn more…

The Novel Coronavirus:
Impact on Supply Chain Operations Amid The Lunar New Year

The deadly novel coronavirus outbreak is causing severe disruptions to inbound and outbound air cargo shipments, trucking and rail cargo services, as well as heavy port congestion for vessels. Supply chain managers will need to cope with the propagation of new or the extension of existing city lockdowns and...