Mitigating Supply Chain Threats From the Ground Up

Regardless of the threat, here’s how companies can forecast, prepare–and eventually overcome—supply chain disruptions of all sizes and forms.

2020 was full of supply chain disruptions.

From natural disasters and civil unrest to the ever-present Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the nation’s cold food and beverage supply chains were continuously challenged.

But, it’s the threats that are still to come that pose the most risk.

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About the Contributor

About the Contributor

Sean has over 20 years of experience in strategic profitability improvement, supply chain, outsourcing, operations management and advisory for the logistics and transportation industry. He has worked on a wide range of strategic projects, while having led successful initiatives and teams for some of the country’s premier transportation providers. Sean holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Toronto, a Bachelor of Science degree from D’Youville College and a Masters of Business Administration degree from The Edinburgh Business School, UK. Sean is a member of Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA) and is a published author in CMCSP’s Supply Chain Quarterly, Transport Topics and the Association for Supply Chain Management.