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Managing Supply Chain Disruptions: U.S., U.K. Manufacturers Accelerate Procurement


Redwood City, CA, July 12, 2022 – Manufacturers are working to accelerate digitization initiatives to manage supply chain disruptions in 2022 and beyond, according to an original survey commissioned by Ivalua , a leading global spend management cloud provider. Survey Methodology. at the 95% confidence level.

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Supply Chain Disruptions Are Here to Stay with Steve Elwell

The Logistics of Logistics

Steve Elwell and Joe Lynch discuss why supply chain disruptions are here to stay. Steve is he Managing Director of Haxlar , an integrated manufacturing solutions provider, delivering design, manufacturing, sourcing, supply chain, and product management services for a wide range of industries.


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How To Overcome Supply Chain Disruption


Supply chain disruption is a fact of life for every company that moves any type of product. There won’t be a new normal, just new sources of disruption, from weather to government policies to industry conditions. Preparing your supply chain for resiliency begins with risk management and a proactive strategy.

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Responding to Supply Chain Disruption Amid COVID-19


Manufacturing plants and warehouses will experience a sudden shift in resource utilization. The post Responding to Supply Chain Disruption Amid COVID-19 appeared first on AIMMS SC Blog. Study 3: Identify Optimal Sourcing Locations . Demo in Network Design Navigator . Ensure Resource Requirements .

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How Data Analytics Can Solve the Challenges Faced by SC Leaders in Discrete Manufacturing

From consumer electronics to automotive manufacturing, most of the global economy’s largest industries rely on some form of discrete manufacturing. Manufacturers in these industries face several unique challenges: Labor and material shortages halting production.

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Can You Predict Supply Chain Disruptions in an Unpredictable World?


There’s always a lot at stake in supply chain management. Today’s unprecedented supply chain disruption challenges have led to executives looking for new ways of managing their supply chains, not just for today, but to prepare for future unpredictability.

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How manufacturers can respond to supply chain disruptions


It’s premature to know at this stage what the full impact will be on our economies and supply chains, but we can expect more delays of supply of imported inventory, food, and component parts, due to reduced or rescheduled air and sea freight. Supply chain challenges.

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The State of Data and Insights in Healthcare Logistics

Medical and pharmaceutical manufacturers have faced increasing logistical challenges over the past two years. Amid significant regulatory and compliance changes around the world, they've had to contend with massive supply chain disruptions caused by the pandemic.

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Reshoring – The Future of Supply Chains

Speaker: Rosemary Coates - Board Member & Founder at Reshoring Institute, Best-selling Author, Host of the Frictionless Supply Chain podcast

Supply chain disruptions create uncertainty and unpredictability for both businesses and consumers. These disruptions bring to light an organization's supply chain dependencies, which they were often unaware of when everything was running smoothly.