Unexpected events can cause supply chain disruptions and threat industries’ abilities to coordinate, perform, and be competitive. In order to develop the capabilities needed to prepare, respond, and recover from such threats, supply chain resilience is paramount. Studies indicate that improvement in visibility and transparency in the supply chain can increase supply chain resilience decreasing risks from disruptions. The Covid outbreak and its impact in material shortages, delay of deliveries, decrease of productivity, and revenue for manufacturing companies. This study proposes the development of a novel framework and automated platform to analyze, improve manufacturing supply chain resilience.
|Effective start/end date||20/07/2020 → 30/12/2020|
- Butler University (lead)
- KTH Royal Institute of Technology
- University of Southern Denmark
- Supply Chain
- Risk management
- Data analytics
- Buyer-Supplier relationship
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