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10 Vital Supply Chain Lessons from the Coronavirus Pandemic!

Supply Chain Game Changer

Apart from the panic buying are there Supply Chain lessons that we should learn from the Coronavirus pandemic to improve the robustness of Supply Chains in the future? In early February, 2020, as awareness of the seriousness of the Coronavirus was increasing, we started seeing pockets of Supply Chain disruption. As China is the largest manufacturing country in the world the economic repercussions were really starting to be felt. Italy locked down the country.

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How Europe is Coping with Supply Chain Disruption

Jaggaer

Define your procurement response strategy. Just-in-time delivery of finished goods and components has been put under tremendous strain. This in turn could put logistics under pressure at companies like Amazon.

Nursing Hospital and Healthcare Supply Into a New Age

Logistics Bureau

Perhaps even more surprisingly, efforts to reduce healthcare supply chain costs were slow to gain momentum, at least compared with the inroads made in other industries. Patients after all, must be fed and looked after for the duration of their stay in a healthcare facility.