Europe’s Ad Hoc Pandemic Response Highlights Supply Chain Weaknesses
More Collaboration, More Data, More Production The Way Forward?
Panelists at a recent virtual session of the DIA’s Europe 2020 conference identified the positive and negative aspects of Europe’s response to the pandemic, and suggested ways of avoiding shortages and making the supply chain more resilient in the event of future crises.
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