The key to resilient supply chains is the availability of quick and accurate information, says Sanjeev Sethi, COO, Viatris.
SURVEY: Supply Disruptions to Continue Into 2023
A new MLC survey warns that disruption could continue for as long as two years as manufacturers strive to adopt more resilient supply chain strategies.
ATS has adopted three transformational initiatives to advance supply chain visibility and optimization without excessive system investments.
Manufacturers can take a range of actions, from integrating for visibility to digital models, to create resiliency.
True supply chain resilience requires more than knee-jerk reactions. It requires a paradigm shift.
Is Just-In-Time now DOA? Many manufacturers are now questioning whether JIT approaches are still valid in disruptive times.
“Sharing supply chain information is critical to ensure resiliency. But it’s no use if you don’t have actionable strategies that allow you to make effective use of that information to do something.”
Dialogue: Sanjeev Sethi, Viatris Inc.
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