Find out how you can reorganize your procurement strategy to minimize supply chain risk.
21st century supply chains are global. That’s great for a lot of reasons, like affordable sourcing no matter where you are, but it also invites risk to your supply chain’s stability. Natural disasters, health crises, political movements and more can all occur on the other side of the world but still unexpectedly halt business if your supplier is affected. 2020’s coronavirus pandemic showed just how fickle international sourcing can be, and the scale at which unexpected disasters can affect businesses globally. Luckily, there are ways to organize your supply chain’s procurement to reduce the risk of disruptions.
Read this collection of industrial 3D printing case studies to learn…
- What a supply chain is
- Why you should consider the risks to your supply chain
- 3 strategies to reduce supply chain risk
- How 3 industrial leaders simplify supply chains with additive manufacturing