Taking a Stance Against Supply Chain Disruption (.PDF Download)

July 27, 2022
As supply chain disruptions continue, procurement professionals are dealing with the challenges in front of them and looking for new ways to cope with what’s coming next.

With the global COVID-19 pandemic now in its junior year, procurement professionals continue to grapple with the longer-term business and economic effects that the worldwide outbreak has had on supply chains. From chip shortages to labor constraints to continued supply disruptions for certain production categories, the challenges don’t seem to be subsiding much in 2022. Oftentimes when one problem resolves itself, another quickly takes its place.

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