With billions of people under lockdown, trillions of dollars wiped out from global markets, and millions of jobs already lost, the COVID-19 pandemic has definitely bought the world to a halt. Even our prosperous Western world which was expected to be better prepared to fight this global health emergency is struggling. The United States has

Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management is one of the critical elements of productivity, and this has compelled a paradigm shift in the way it is done. Digital technologies and innovations are bringing massive improvements and changes in supply chains. On other hand, continued globalization and digital disruption have sent customer service expectations through the roof and put

Supply Chain

The COVID-19 pandemic has politicians around the world vowing to take action to limit dependence on China. The US has spoken about bringing the supply chains to the US from China. They have even floated it publicly that some friendly nations in Asia could help produce essential goods. So can the US end China’s control

Food supply chains

The COVID-19 outbreak shows that a pandemic can create serious havoc on supply chains. The modern global food supply chains of today are a phenomenon of just-in-time efficiency that cuts costs at every corner. However, with the efficiency comes a fragility that makes handling interruptions like this pandemic more difficult.  The complications created by the


In the wake of COVID-19 outbreak and other disruptions, the supply chain leaders have to balance efficiency and resilience to secure their network and minimize supply chain downtimes. The general geopolitical trend towards nationalization, Brexit, the US-China trade war, and lately, the pandemic have changed the priorities of many supply chain frontrunners. They have to