Mexico, January 6, 2011 – With the changing environment on topics of security and the complexity of interdependence in the supply chain due to technological advances, companies are assuming increasingly greater risks.
It is estimated that one in five multinational companies has suffered significant loss due to inadequate response in the face of disruption. In new content developed by Sintec, the correct risk management focus and the most vulnerable points in the supply chain are described. According to a study by Georgia Tech, the effects of a disruption can be long-lasting, with diminishing sales and profitability for two years following the event.
The article presents different examples of leading companies and the impacts on them from good or bad risk management. The article “Guide for Supply Chain Risk Management” is available at the following link:
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