The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spur a rethinking of many aspects of society — everything from commonly held business practices to long-established personal and civic habits.
The global supply chain has been a key topic of conversation, and deservedly so. As businesses close and governments impose lockdown orders around the world to contain the outbreak, demand for essential goods and supplies has skyrocketed. The dramatic changes have also laid bare our utter dependence upon a highly complex, fragmented and inefficient supply chain.
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