covid-19 Archive

How to Cut Supply Chain Costs Post-Pandemic 

The COVID-19 outbreak has shaken up the global supply chain to its core. Not only has the supply and demand halted, but the outbreak has also led the economy to shrink – thus driving supply chain leaders to rethink and transform their global supply chain model. The pandemic has forced businesses around the world to

Restarting & Synchronising Supply Chain with the New Normal 

Leading an organisation through the rebound from COVID-19, when uncertainty and concerns over the health and safety of people remain, will be challenging. Needless to say, restarting complex global supply chains that have been impacted by both demand-side shocks and supply-side disruptions will not be easy. Yet, the pivot that organisations must make is across

Recovering Process for Supply Chain in The COVID-19 Crisis 

The COVID-19 pandemic is a global crisis without a modern parallel. The lack of precedent for a black swan event so broad in its impact across geographic, demographic, and economic sectors explains why many public and private sector organisations were already becoming strained before the WHO officially declared a pandemic on March 11, 2020. Today,

Labour Challenge in the Supply Chain Industry during COVID-19 

The COVID-19 pandemic is more than a global health crisis. It is also a major labour market and economic crisis that is having a huge impact on a lot of people. Labour challenge in the supply chain industry  The International Labour Organisation (ILO) reported that significant deterioration driven by the extension of containment measures has

Coronavirus: Its Impact on Global Supply Chain & the Solution

Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) which was first reported from Wuhan, China, on 31 December 2019, has now become a global threat as it spreads to more countries and raises death tolls. The impact of the outbreak goes beyond health and safety, with the world’s economic growth already hurting from the virus. The supply chain industry is