by Rick Williams
The coronavirus, with its devastating cost in lives, global financial loss and the general disruption to our society, has exposed holes and weaknesses in any number of areas that will be studied and argued for decades.
As a long-time logistics practitioner, it’s my job to identify the holes and needs in our logistics and supply chain processes that need to be filled and may also offer opportunities for growth. I’m sure that companies and governments are already reevaluating their suppliers, supply chains and production cycles as we speak. (more…)