Top 10 consequences of supply chain disruptions

We all know that we should protect our supply chains from serious and costly disruptions – but few of us take action. Are we actually aware of supply chain disruptions?

Reasons for this might be the lack of solutions and the fact that they weren’t successful when weighed against supply chain cost efficiency. With no lack in solution efficiency anymore in the year 2017… here are 10 good reasons why you should start evaluating solutions to minimize supply chain disruptions in your company.

Top 10 consequences of supply chain disruptions

 

Infographic: Top 10 consequences of supply chain disruptions

Infographic: Top 10 consequences of supply chain disruptions

Source: bci Business Continuity Institute | Supply Chain Resilience Report 2016

 

Read more about risks and challenges in global supply chains and how riskmethods can help.

Kai Elsermann as Vice President Sales EMEA at riskmethods is responsible for Sales Development and Sales.
Kai brings extensive experience in software selling including six years in various areas of strategic purchasing and supply chain. He is an expert in focus areas of supplier management and risk management while most recently he served as Business Development Director for Central European activities at Achilles Group Ltd. Previously he worked as Account Manager of Supply Management Solutions for D & B Germany GmbH (formerly Dun & Bradstreet) where he set his focus on the financial risks of supplier portfolios and Master Data Management.

Comments

  1. Worth reading of this article and very well substantiated with impact percentages for each one of the significant areas. The other essential impact is on employee relationship due labor unrest for likely lay off. Also competitors might take advantage of the situations which could throw long term sales impacts in the event of launching their new products during this period.

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