Supply Chain Impacts from Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Logistics Viewpoints

I believe many of us are spending an abundance of time reading about the Russia-Ukraine war. Russia and Ukraine both provide exports that serve as inputs to many international companies. Its largest export markets are Russia, China, Germany, Poland, and Italy.

Supply Chain Risk Report: Ukraine-Russia Conflict


As people in the Ukraine and around the world anxiously monitor the threat of war with Russia, supply chain managers must take stock of the risks to their supply chains and focus on potential mitigation measures. and European firms have tier 1, 2 or 3 suppliers in Russia or the Ukraine.

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Russia-Ukraine war: semiconductor value chain impact


Russia’s attack on the Ukraine rapidly escalated into a humanitarian disaster, with several thousand killed—soldiers on both sides and Ukrainian militia volunteers and civilians—and more than 650,000 Ukrainian refugees forced to flee the violence (as of March 1).

How a Disruption in Gas Imports From Russia Could Affect Global Supply Chains

SCM Research

However, what would happen if Russia really stopped exporting energy to Europe? The Economic Effects for Germany of a Stop of Energy Imports From Russia , examines the economic impact on Germany.

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Logistics Giants Halt Service in Russia, Ukraine

Supply Chain Brain

and Europe’s biggest logistics firms have halted shipments to Russia, further isolating the country’s businesses and consumers after its military invaded Ukraine The U.S.

Supply Chain Risks Brought on by the Russia-Ukraine Crisis

IT Supply Chain

The post Supply Chain Risks Brought on by the Russia-Ukraine Crisis appeared first on IT Supply Chain. By Ron Giles (pictured). Director of Advisory Services, LevaData. Industry Talk

Russia’s Ukraine War Turns Fuel Tankers Into Hot Property

Supply Chain Brain

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has supercharged the price of so-called clean ocean-going tankers, with soaring freight rates prompting companies to rush to purchase rather than rent vessels

Thousands of Russia-Linked Ship Containers Pile Up in Rotterdam

Supply Chain Brain

Sanctions on Russia are snarling thousands of steel shipping containers and disrupting the heart of Europe’s economy

Russia Resumes Nord Stream Gas Flow, Bringing Europe Respite

Supply Chain Brain

Russia began sending natural gas to Europe through the Nord Stream pipeline system after a pause, bringing relief to a continent whose economy is starting to wobble under the strain of reduced supplies

Russia’s War Puts Shipping’s Tentative Recovery in Jeopardy

Supply Chain Brain

Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine has the shipping industry bracing for new shocks to its labor force, which relies on experienced crew from both countries

Supply Chain Risks Brought on by the Russia-Ukraine Crisis


Since the end of February, all eyes have been on Russia and Ukraine. The effects of Russia's invasion and subsequent attacks on Ukrain have been devastating – from both a humanitarian and business perspective.

Johnson & Johnson Halts Supply of Personal-Care Products in Russia

Supply Chain Brain

Johnson & Johnson suspended the supply of its personal-care products in Russia due to the “increasing scale of the humanitarian crisis” caused by the war in Ukraine

Ukraine War: Grain Deal Continues Despite Russia Pull-Out

Supply Chain Brain

Russia halted its backing for the deal on October 29, accusing Ukraine of using a safety corridor to attack its fleet

Firms Must Choose Between Russia and West, U.S. Official Says

Supply Chain Brain

Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo says global companies have a choice to make between doing business in Russia or in Western allied nations

Russia Finds a New Route to Oil Market Via a Tiny Egyptian Port

Supply Chain Brain

Russia appears to have found a new means of getting its oil to market with western sanctions looming for Moscow, via Egypt’s El Hamra oil terminal

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Are Your Exports Affected by Sanctions on Russia? It’s Not Always Easy to Tell

Supply Chain Brain

Sanctions imposed on Russia for its invasion of Ukraine are having an undeniable impact on global supply chains, but individual companies might have a hard time determining precisely how they’re affected

Russia-Ukraine War Snarls Global Supply Chains

Intelligent Audit

The ongoing Russia-Ukraine war continues to impact global supply chains, and it’s much more than many realize. Russia and Ukraine are also big exporters of grains such as corn, barley, and wheat as well as fertilizer.

Russia Bans Export of 200 Products After Suffering Sanctions Hit

Supply Chain Brain

Russia announced an export ban for more than 200 products after the economy was hit by sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine. It stopped short of curbing sales of energy and raw materials, the country’s biggest contribution to global trade

Metals Industry Agonizes Over War But Keeps Buying From Russia

Supply Chain Brain

Behind-closed-doors discussions reflect a wide angst over whether to keep buying from Russia, as the industry weighs the stigma from the war against its own commercial interests — and the fact that vital metals like aluminum and copper were in short supply even before the invasion of Ukraine

Supply Chain Weekly Wrap-Up 11/18/2022-11/24/2022

All Things Supply Chain

China-Russia rail bridge is finally open The first rail bridge connecting Russia and China is finally up running.

U.K. Imports Zero Fuel From Russia for First Time on Record

Supply Chain Brain

imported no fuel from Russia in June for the first time on record, with fuel imports falling by £499 million — or 100% — compared with the average for the previous 12 months to February The U.K.

U.S., EU Plan to Pledge Supply Chain Cooperation to Counter Russia

Supply Chain Brain

and European Union plan to keep addressing supply chain and other disruptions as they project a unified front against Russia when high-level officials meet starting Sunday to discuss cooperation on trade and technology issues in Paris The U.S.

What’s at Stake for Global Economy as Russia Standoff Escalates

Supply Chain Brain

A world economy that’s still recovering from COVID-19 faces new risks as the standoff between the West and Russia escalates

Renault Has No Good Options as Other Automakers Turn on Russia

Supply Chain Brain

Renault, the European auto company most exposed to Russia, has a lot at stake and no good options

Traton Sees $560 Million Hit on Russia Sales Units Disposal

Supply Chain Brain

Traton SE is disposing of the sales and financing operations of its MAN and Scania truck-making businesses in Russia, expecting an additional charge of as much as 550 million euros ($560 million

Supply Chain Ripple Effects of Russia’s War in Ukraine


Russia’s war in Ukraine has captured the attention of the entire world. Perhaps France’s Foreign Minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian , said it best when he stated that the sanctions aim at “asphyxiating Russia’s economy.”

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EU Will Ration Gas Use Over Russia Supply Fears

Supply Chain Brain

European Union member states have agreed to ration gas this winter in an attempt to avoid an energy crisis generated by further Russian cuts to supply

What Supply Chains Must Do to Comply With Sanctions Against Russia

Supply Chain Brain

and Europe against Russia, in response to its invasion of Ukraine Global businesses need to know precisely how they’ll be affected by the widening economic sanctions imposed by the U.S.

Dark Web Insights: Evolving Cyber Tactics Aim to Impact the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

IT Supply Chain

The post Dark Web Insights: Evolving Cyber Tactics Aim to Impact the Russia-Ukraine Conflict appeared first on IT Supply Chain. By Ziv Mador (pictured). Vice President, Security Research, Trustwave SpiderLabs.

Russia’s War Supercharges Push to Make New Green Fuel

Supply Chain Brain

Europe’s push to wean itself off Russian natural gas is sparking billions of dollars in new commitments toward building a market for low-carbon hydrogen

Big Oil Walks Away After Decades in Russia

Supply Chain Brain

First BP, then Shell. In just two days, Britain’s twin energy giants have dumped Russian investments nurtured over decades and shut themselves out of the world’s largest energy exporter, probably forever

G-7 Leaders Commit to Banning Imports of Oil From Russia

Supply Chain Brain

Leaders of the Group of Seven most industrialized countries pledged to ban the import of Russian oil in response to President Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine

Congress Makes Russia a Pariah on Trade, Adds Pressure on Putin

Supply Chain Brain

Congress voted overwhelmingly Thursday to strip Russia’s normal trade status with the U.S. The U.S. and ban imports of its gas, oil and coal, adding to the economic squeeze by the U.S. and its allies to punish Russian President Vladimir Putin’s government over the invasion of Ukraine

Europe’s Russia Coal Ban Foreshadows Higher Global Energy Prices

Supply Chain Brain

Europe is taking a big gamble as it moves to ban Russian coal, potentially leaving itself vulnerable to shortages and rolling blackouts while the rest of the world contends with surging prices

What Does Russia's War Mean for Supply Chain Globalization?

Supply Chain Brain

The last global shock drove businesses everywhere to rethink supply chain risk and resilience, but many have yet to take action. This time, it may be different

CNBC: These charts show how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has changed global oil flows

Operations and Supply Chain Management

These charts show how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has changed global oil flows. Sent from the CNBC app. Available on the App Store. – Bob

FMCG Manufacturing, Sourcing and the Ukraine-Russia Unrest

Enchange Supply Chain Consultancy

One recent escalation has been to ban the sale of EU goods inside Russia which is rather a throw-back to Cold War days when the same rule applied to iconic western branded goods like Coke and Wrangler jeans. In Cold War times big brand name FMCG consumption behind the iron curtain was probably driven by the efficiency of the black market and wider Russia was probably just a tempting white spot on the corporate globe.

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Ships Linked to Russia’s Biggest Grain Exporter Moved Stolen Ukrainian Cargo

Supply Chain Brain

The smuggling process builds on operations in Russian-occupied Ukraine, where trucks have moved stolen grain through a clandestine system to Crimea

Why Russia’s Agricultural Import Ban is more Supply Chain than Economics

Logistics Viewpoints

In July the US, the European Union (EU), and select other countries instituted a number of trade and financial sanctions against Russia for its involvement in the separatist movement in neighboring Ukraine. The EU banned the export of military technology and certain technology used for oil and gas exploration and production in deep water, the […]. Regulations Supply Chain Network Design Supply Chain Planning Transportation

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Top Four Questions About Russia’s Serialization Laws, Answered

Supply Chain Brain

Pharmaceutical distributors must be ready for Russia’s new serialization legislation, which takes effect on July 1