Inessa Owens


Given recent global events, it goes without saying that supply chains have been tested in recent months. Designing a resilient supply chain is the key to not only weathering the current pandemic, but also to overcoming future unexpected disruptions. In the current pandemic-induced crisis, the disruptions may be geographic (e.g., factories/plants shut down in certain geographic locales, making sourcing difficult or impossible). But there may also be disruptions based on trade-related developments (e.g., increased tariffs,…