Covid-19 impact on supply chains: Everstream Analytics

In a survey by Everstream Analytics, supply chain professionals reveal how the pandemic has impacted their operations. Watch the presentation to find out more.
25 April 2021 •

Over a year has passed since the Covid-19 pandemic first struck, but disruptions caused by the deadly outbreak continue to rock global supply chains. The resurgence of Covid-19 cases and the discovery of new strains have led to persistent local and national lockdowns, delayed transportation, and crippled access to labor and component parts from around the world.

In early 2021, supply chain risk analytics platform Everstream Analytics (formerly Resilience360) published a study involving 195 respondents — supply chain professionals from the technology, life sciences & health care (LSHC), aerospace, consumer goods, and automotive industries, among others.

Findings from this study highlight the ripple effects of impacted air freight capacity throughout 2020, including the risk management strategies taking shape and long-term effects on relations with China’s manufacturing sector.

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