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The Impact of the COVID-19 Supply Chain Disruption | Jabil

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The COVID-19 supply chain disruption was the first of this scale and magnitude. Global supply chains were struck by the coronavirus pandemic.

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End to End Supply Chain Disruption with Pam Simon

The Logistics of Logistics

Pam Simon and Joe Lynch discuss end to end of supply chain disruption, which is what the Manifest Conference is all about. Manifest Vegas brings together the most comprehensive ecosystem of innovation and transformation in supply chain and logistics.

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

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Ivalua study finds 97% of procurement leaders see significant disruption in direct materials supply chain; 67% not confident in existing technology; 84% consider modernization a ‘strategic priority’. Nearly all executives surveyed (97%) point to significant disruption today in their direct materials supply chain.

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How Costly are Supply Chain Disruptions and How to Mitigate Them?

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Learn how much revenue could a global supply chain lose and how can a supply chain leader adapt to prevent their impact.

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The Cost-Plus World of Supply Chains: The Macroeconomic and Geopolitical Environment

In "The Cost-Plus World of Supply Chains: The Macroeconomic and Geopolitical Environment," you'll find lessons from AT&T and GSK on managing today’s supply chain disruptions.

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80% of UK businesses say Brexit caused the biggest supply chain disruption in the last 12 months

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83% fear the biggest disruption from Brexit is yet to come, while increasing supply chain disruption caused revenues to drop by an estimated 18%. Increasing supply chain disruption meant that 28% of UK businesses lost revenue in the last 12 months, with these businesses estimating an average drop in revenue of 18%.

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How To Overcome Supply Chain Disruption

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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. A resilient supply chain may be stretched to the max, but it doesn’t break.

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Resilience and Sustainability in the Cost-Plus World

Almost 69% of businesses fear they’ll lose 10% of their revenues in 2022 due to supply chain disruptions, according to a GEP sponsored report from The Economist. How can companies mitigate risks and build supply chain resilience? Find out how!

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Rethinking Direct Materials Sourcing: The Tools You Need To Manage Costs, Risks and Sustainability

The environment is marked by heightened demand and expectations, compounded by challenges such as rising input prices, supply chain disruptions and geopolitical tensions. Direct materials sourcing is evolving, with procurement now tasked not only with cost efficiency but managing sustainability and risk management.

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Rethinking Supply Chain Risk: New Threats Demand New Tools and Strategies

Companies like Bayer AG and Akamai coped with recent supply chain disruptions much better than their peers. Read this new HBR – GEP report on new tools and strategies to mitigate supply chain risk. What did they do differently?

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Transforming Supply Chains for Higher Performance and Resiliency

Today, just 8% of companies have the digital maturity required to achieve resilience and mitigate supply chain disruptions, as per a new HBR Analytic Services - GEP study. What can enterprises do to accelerate digital transformation? Read the full report now to find out!

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The State of Data and Insights in Healthcare Logistics

Amid significant regulatory and compliance changes around the world, they've had to contend with massive supply chain disruptions caused by the pandemic. Increasing demand for specific products is also causing supply chain shortages.

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The Business Costs of Supply Chain Disruption

Supply chains have weathered a lot recently: a pandemic, natural disasters, trade wars and more. The Economist and GEP surveyed 400 senior execs to find out their real business impacts. The results? Shocking, but not surprising.

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Start Considering Risk in Your Supply Chain Design with these 4 Steps

If you’re not considering risk in supply chain design, you’re gambling with your company’s future. According to PwC, more than 60% of companies said that their performance indicators had dropped by 3% or more because of supply chain disruptions. How to identify and answer your supply chain “What if?”

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Elevate Your Supply Chain Resilience With Scenario Planning

Speaker: Robert Olszak- Vice President, Global Supply Chain Optimization, RGP

As a supply chain director, you want to ensure that your supply chain network can withstand any disruptions and be optimized for peak performance. The global logistics market is growing, and companies need to prepare for the next generation of supply chain management.