Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, President of LMA Consulting Group Inc., sees the effects and consequences of supply chain disruption every day. “You must get in front of the supply chain disruptions” she comments.

Despite a slight rebound from the supply chain chaos during the pandemic, world events will continue to threaten the supply chain—the answer: using the S&OP process, leveraging technology investments and reshoring/nearshoring. LMA Consulting Group works with manufacturers and distributors on strategy and end-to-end supply chain transformation to maximize the customer experience and enable profitable, scalable, dramatic business growth.

“You must get in front of supply chain disruptions. If the pandemic taught us anything, it is that supply chains are volatile, and they must become resilient. It is critical to have contingencies and better control the moving parts within the supply chain,” Ms. Anderson commented.

The supply chain spans from a manufacturer’s supplier’s supplier to the end-user and every link in between. “There is no doubt that the Ukraine crisis has created and will continue to create supply chain disruptions. The effects will be felt in many industries, from natural resources to foodstuffs,” she said.