Companies are doomed to repeat past disruption failings

Chris Rogers  |  S&P Global Market Intelligence  |  21 February 2024  |  0.25 CE

There’s no such thing as “normal” for supply chains. The challenges for 2024 and 2025 that have echoes in the past include logistics network disruptions, geopolitical risks and the cash costs of environmental policies. That makes investing in supply chain security more important than ever. However, there’s evidence that firms are scaling back spending on two of the three most important resilience-building measures. Companies’ under-investment in supply chain resilience doom them to repeat past disruption failings.

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