There’s no doubt that the pandemic has tested the ingenuity, resilience and flexibility of printers as they have sought to maintain their business. Supply chain interruptions can often represent a company’s highest costs.
At this point – disruption is inevitable – it’s how you handle it that counts.
Repurposed and reshaped supply chains need to be characterized by agility, resilience and responsibility.
Printers must navigate financial and operational challenges while rapidly addressing the needs of their customers, staff and suppliers. By taking the right actions supply chain disruption can turn into meaningful change.
The DIA has put together a panel to discuss how you can develop or refine your Supply Chain management strategy for the long term and ensure your approach is all-encompassing. Developing a robust framework that includes a responsive and resilient risk management operation is imperative today.