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Supply Chain Disruptions: Factsheet of the Global Impact

Business | September 29, 2022 | By zumen

Covid-19 was the first and most significant domino that caused a catastrophic ripple effect along the supply chain. Since then, Geo-political issues, customer demands, trade wars, and many other disruptors have caused upheavals in the global supply chain and hindered them from reaching their full potential.

Semiconductor shortage was a widely known byproduct of the infamous disruption, amongst many others. As a countermeasure, the United States passed a $52 billion chips for America Act to bring the manufacturing of microchips back to the United States. This decision is the result of the turmoil due to the global semiconductor shortage that has impacted every other sector to a severe extent. And this is only the tip of the iceberg. 

Despite governments and organizations taking various countermeasures, the recovery process has not been very fast or reliable. The way forward is to focus on building resilient supply chains, improving operational resiliency, and restoring trust in employees and consumers alike. 

Organizations should revisit their processes and strategize a better approach that starts at the root of the manufacturing process – a better sourcing strategy. Download the free factsheet to understand the cause and impact of global supply chain disruptions. 

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    Impact on consumers – https://bit.ly/3nedDwI

    Raw materials shortages – https://bit.ly/3OwfRTu

    Labor Shortages – https://bit.ly/3bkdAwy

    Shipping Cost – https://bit.ly/3OznMzB

    Air Freight – https://bit.ly/3Og9Sm1

    Container Shortage – https://nyti.ms/3NpbbhC

    Spike in Price – https://to.pbs.org/3zZZRoM; https://bloom.bg/3bh5bd7

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    Material Handling & Logistics – https://bit.ly/3xTxENT

    Gallup – https://bit.ly/3HPDNzf

    Chain Store Age – https://bit.ly/3HVamMm

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    Accenture – https://accntu.re/39YVEaj

    RetailNext – https://bit.ly/3bxeSV5

    United States Census Bureau – https://bit.ly/3byEaSw

    MarTech – https://bit.ly/3OoohwQ

    Oracle – https://bit.ly/3xUoQHD

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    The Economic Times – https://bit.ly/3Nm6kh7

    Journal of Commerce – https://bit.ly/3btad6x

    ModuGo – https://bit.ly/3OMCxzb

    Hillebrand – https://bit.ly/3HXAXYV

    Logistics Management – https://bit.ly/3I1KKgD

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    Deloitte Global – https://bit.ly/3yFJYTw

    AlixPartners – https://bit.ly/3R3sAzr

    CDW – https://bit.ly/3uobUZt

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    Forbes – https://bit.ly/3IvMxLm

    Datex – https://bit.ly/3yODIJ8


    Brookings – https://brook.gs/3Pd8QHL

    US Chambers – https://bit.ly/3yuhsmm

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    Supply Chain Brain – https://bit.ly/3o9LPtA

    Statista – https://bit.ly/3uWfquF

    CNBC – https://cnb.cx/3BeO471

    Pacific Shipping Group – https://bit.ly/3PyIsbj

    Load Star – https://bit.ly/3cmZxa5