Covid-19 presents global supply chain emergency

March 18, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Covid-19 is a test of risk management processes and resilience in supply chains, says Richard Wilding OBE, Professor of Supply Chain Strategy at Cranfield University.

Coronavirus (Covid-19) measures are seizing up the global supply chain and have become an emergency for board executives. Once more, the lack of risk management, resilience and agility in supply chains has been exposed. The argument for greater automation becomes stronger.


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