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. However, Ukraine’s service economic is substantial as well.

Ukraine and the Supply Chain

Enterra Insights

The world is rightfully concerned about Russia’s ruthless and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. Anyone who believes that the Ukraine invasion will have little impact beyond the Crimea region is in for a shock. Ukraine Conflict and the Supply Chain.

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Ukraine Conflict Now Tops the List of Supply Chain Risks

Enterra Insights

After all, the war of 1914-18 was supposed to be the ‘war to end all wars’ ” Fast forward to 2022 and business correspondent Matt Egan ( @MattEganCNN ) reports that Russia/Ukraine conflict has replaced Covid-19 as the greatest risk to today’s global supply chains.[2]

The Food Supply Chain and the War in Ukraine

Enterra Insights

If you don’t think Russia’s unprovoked war in Ukraine will impact your life, you’re seriously mistaken. ”[2] Two of those breadbasket countries are Russia and Ukraine. 8] Hannah Ritchie, “ How could the war in Ukraine impact global food supplies?

The Ukraine Logistics Coalition with Ben Gordon

The Logistics of Logistics

The Ukraine Logistics Coalition with Ben Gordon. The situation in the Ukraine grows more desperate every minute and the need for humanitarian aid is enormous and growing. People who work in logistics and supply chain are in a unique position to help the people of the Ukraine.

Supply Chain Risk Report: Ukraine-Russia Conflict

Resilinc

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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Urgent – The Ukraine Logistics Coalition with Ben Gordon

The Logistics of Logistics

Urgent – The Ukraine Logistics Coalition with Ben Gordon. The situation in the Ukraine grows more desperate every minute and the need for humanitarian aid is enormous and growing. The war on Ukraine has devastated an entire region.

UK warned about Russian cyber attacks, following Ukraine threats

IT Supply Chain

The post UK warned about Russian cyber attacks, following Ukraine threats appeared first on IT Supply Chain. By Raj Samani (pictured). Chief Scientist, Trellix. Industry Talk

The Fog of War in Ukraine Darkens the Global Economic Outlook

MIT Supply Chain

Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine intensifies the product shortage and price rise issues we have come to associate with Covid-19. The conflict in Ukraine has accelerated these trends in dramatic fashion. an outcome that became a distinct possibility after Russia invaded Ukraine.

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

War in Ukraine Triggers Global Food Emergency

Supply Chain Brain

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine means the food inflation that’s been plaguing global consumers is now tipping into a full-blown crisis, potentially outstripping even the pandemic’s blow and pushing millions more into hunger

Ukraine’s Farmers Fight to Stave Off Global Food Crisis

Supply Chain Brain

It’s hard to overstate the importance of farming in Ukraine, as countries reliant on its crops scramble to find alternative supplies

Russia-Ukraine war: semiconductor value chain impact

Resilinc

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). was from Ukraine.

Ukraine War, China Lockdowns Hit Global Supply Chains

Supply Chain Brain

Global supply strains that started to ease in early 2022 are worsening again as headwinds strengthen from the war in Ukraine and China’s Covid lockdowns, threatening slower growth and faster inflation across the global economy

Supply Chain Risks Brought on by the Russia-Ukraine Crisis

LevaData

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.

Vodka Drinkers Are Changing Brands in Wake of Ukraine Invasion

Supply Chain Brain

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is shifting vodka sales in the U.S., despite the fact that little Russian-made vodka is actually sold outside of Russia

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. According to the Harvard Business Review , “Equally important, Ukraine supplies about 50% of the world’s neon gas, which is used to produce semiconductor chips.

Blue Yonder’s Statement on Ukraine

BlueYonder

The post Blue Yonder’s Statement on Ukraine appeared first on Supply Chain Nation. Executive Viewpoints

Ukraine Farmers Urged to Sow But Fear for Workers’ Lives

Supply Chain Brain

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy is urging farmers to sow as many fields as possible to protect the food supply. But several of the nation’s largest agribusinesses say some plantings just won’t happen if Russia continues its war in Europe’s breadbasket

Ukraine Sunflower Oil Crisis Hits Food From Chips to Cookies

Supply Chain Brain

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has disrupted the supply of almost half of the world’s sunflower oil exports, forcing companies to turn to less desirable alternatives such as palm oil in products ranging from potato chips to cookies

Ukraine Outsourcing Is a Major Part of Global Tech Supply Chain

Supply Chain Brain

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has disrupted projects at a raft of global tech companies, and employers are now arranging escape plans for their workers

The war in Ukraine and the role of supply chain professionals

Procurement Academy

Over 250,000 US companies, and over 160,000 European companies, have direct or indirect suppliers in Russia and Ukraine. Food: Russia is the world’s largest exporter of wheat, whilst Ukraine is a major exporter of corn, barley and rye.

OECD Trims Economic Forecasts as a Result of Ukraine Conflict

Supply Chain Matters

In this Supply Chain Matters commentary, we highlight the latest OECD global economic forecast in the ongoing light of the Ukraine conflict and provide some additional industry supply chain implications. .

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.

Supply Chain Ripple Effects of Russia’s War in Ukraine

Alloy

Russia’s war in Ukraine has captured the attention of the entire world. Ukraine and Russia are key producers of staple food products such as barley and wheat and are main suppliers for already food-insecure regions of the world.

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Ransomware gang behind Utility, CSX attacks feels heat in Ukraine

The Supply Chain Journal

The National Police of Ukraine said Wednesday it made the arrests as part of an operation with U.S. It’s unclear if the operation, which included 21 raids in Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, succeeded in shutting down Clop.

Ukraine, the Economy, and the Supply Chain

Supply Chain Digest

Now No Return to Normal Times Any Time Soon

Corporations Are Hiring Experts to Help Workers Escape Ukraine War Zone

Supply Chain Brain

companies are enlisting former military and law enforcement professionals to help employees in Ukraine navigate congested roads and train stations to slip across the border to safety

Ukraine, the Economy, and the Supply Chain Week 4

Supply Chain Digest

No Return to Normal Times Any Time Soon

Ukraine War Gives U.S. LNG Chance to Shed Its Stigma

Supply Chain Brain

The experts and employees of Cheniere Energy Inc., the largest U.S. exporter of natural gas, are part of a high-stakes campaign to show Europe that as it abandons Russian gas, it can substitute the American variety without fear. Their job is to find the most efficient leak detecting system

Top Talking Logistics Posts & Episodes – Plus Indago Highlights (Q1 2022)

Talking Logistics

Russia-Ukraine War. Could the Russia-Ukraine War turn nuclear? Inflation. COVID-19. Slowing Economic Growth. Did I miss anything? It’s been an eventful first quarter of 2022, and the outlook for the rest of the year remains risky and uncertain (just like it’s been the past two years).

Wild Commodity Swings Signal Risk of Shortages in Ukraine Attack

Supply Chain Brain

Wild price swings underscore just how sensitive commodity markets are to any possible disruptions to supplies

Ukraine, the Economy, and the Supply Chain Week 2

Supply Chain Digest

Now No Return to Normal Times Any Time Soon

A Public-Private Logistics Partnership Ups Quality of Medicine Delivery in Ukraine

Supply Chain Brain

Management Sciences for Health, with funding from USAID and in cooperation with multiple private and public entities in Ukraine, launches a successful pilot to improve that country’s healthcare delivery supply chain