How your Supply Chain can Learn from Taiwan’s Earthquake
FEBRUARY 8, 2016
A 6.4-magnitude quake struck southern Taiwan early Saturday morning local time, killing at least seven and causing widespread structural damage. A TSMC facility in Tainan, southern Taiwan, reported that the quake broke “no more than one percent” of their wafers being manufactured. While Taiwan’s earthquake didn’t cause extensive damage, its status as a tech manufacturing hub still necessitates a serious examination of your company’s operations.