Who knew supply chain would become a common term throughout the world in early 2020? It certainly has gained a household name during the pandemic, and it continues to be of paramount importance as further supply chain disruptions occur. For example, clients dependent on oil, gas and commodity related products are certainly experiencing price increases with the Russia – Ukraine conflict.

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Although we all hope this war will get settled and peace will return, it has proven that the supply chain is something to pay attention to. Clients should be reevaluating suppliers, reshoring/ nearshoring, reviewing buffer stock / strategic stock levels, analyzing customer / product profitability, using advanced technological concepts such as 3D printing and predictive data analytics etc. We talk about these topic in my interview with Quality Digest.

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