Coronavirus Pandemic: Is Your Supply Chain Continuity Plan Ready?
In April 2010, the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland erupted for six days, wreaking havoc on air travel and supply chain activities across western and northern Europe for a month. Many companies were caught off guard, resulting in industry-wide recognition of the need to re-evaluate business continuity plans (BCP) to better prepare for threats of this magnitude. Today we are facing a new type of challenge with an undefined period of impact. Many of your companies have already started to engage your BCP and are finding gaps due to the unique level of impact that the virus imposes. As an Industry we are all impacted, and it is a prime time to collaborate and help one another to face this challenge. As such we welcome you to participate in this blog to discuss how you have been working to prepare for this threat.