Finden Sie heraus, wie Sie Ihre Beschaffungsstrategie umgestalten können, um das Risiko in der Lieferkette zu minimieren.

Die Lieferketten des 21. Jahrhunderts sind global. Das ist aus vielen Gründen großartig, z.B. wegen der erschwinglichen Beschaffung, egal wo Sie sich befinden, aber es birgt auch Risiken für die Stabilität Ihrer Lieferkette.

Naturkatastrophen, Gesundheitskrisen, politische Bewegungen und vieles mehr können sich auf der anderen Seite der Welt ereignen, aber dennoch zu unerwarteten Unterbrechungen Ihres Geschäfts führen, wenn Ihr Lieferant betroffen ist. Die Coronavirus-Pandemie des Jahres 2020 hat gezeigt, wie zerbrechlich die internationale Beschaffung sein kann und in welchem Ausmaß unerwartete Katastrophen Unternehmen weltweit beeinträchtigen können. Glücklicherweise gibt es Möglichkeiten, die Beschaffung in Ihrer Lieferkette so zu organisieren, dass das Risiko von Unterbrechungen reduziert wird.

Lesen Sie diese Sammlung von Fallstudien zum industriellen 3D-Druck, um zu erfahren...

  • Was eine Lieferkette ist
  • Warum Sie die Risiken für Ihre Lieferkette berücksichtigen sollten
  • 3 Strategien zur Reduzierung von Lieferkettenrisiken
  • Wie 3 führende Industrieunternehmen Lieferketten mit additiver Fertigung vereinfachen


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