Archive:August 2020

The disruptions of the past several months have forced companies of all sizes to look closely at how they conduct business.

Perhaps no other part of the economic engine has faced more uncertainty than supply chains. From toilet paper and cleaning products shortages that led to empty shelves and desperate consumers, through numerous travel and transportation restrictions that grounded planes and docked ships, and finally to international disagreements that have ratcheted up economic tensions, supply chains have faced one challenge after another.