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Supply chains worldwide were among the first areas to be affected by the pandemic when it first struck several months ago, and there’s been plenty of discussion ever since about what things will look like and how processes and systems need to change post-pandemic. One example that’s really stood out to us, is the case of an inserts supplier used by the injection moulding industry, as well as many other sectors.
There’s no doubt that COVID-19 has had a debilitating effect on supply chains throughout the world. The health and economic impact of the virus has been significant, hitting businesses on multiple fronts. At the same time organisations must work to protect their workers’ safety, they must also safeguard their operational viability, something that is increasingly coming under strain from a historic supply-chain shock.