How willing would a company be to return its operation back to China, after investing and relocating operations to other countries?

How will the companies typically plan for disasters like the Coronavirus, with supply chains become even more global in the 21st century. What kind of future measure or preparation should businesses consider when planning their operations abroad?

What countries are inadvertently benefitting from the massive shutdowns and supply chain shifts and what sectors are experiencing the most damaged?

I got some interesting questions like these, so we prepared a video for that:

 

 

Related articles on this topic have appeared throughout our websites, why not check them out?

Robobyrne: Supply Chain Crisis Management amidst Coronavirus

Supply Chain Secrets: Effects of the Supply Chain disruption on Australia’s Economy caused by COVID-19

Benchmarking Success: Know the Latest Developments in Major Ports amidst COVID-19 Crisis

 

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on May 13, 2020, under the title “Supply Chain after the Crisis?” in Logistics Bureau’s website.

 

 

Best Regards,
Rob O’Byrne
Email: robyrne@logisticsbureau.com
Phone: +61 417 417 307