3 ways supply chains changes will affect everybody

EMPLOYEES STOCK the warehouse of Warwick-based health care equipment distributor CME Corp. Because supply chain shortages, delays and bottlenecks can hurt their bottom line, many companies that didn’t go bust during the pandemic have been rethinking their supply chains and implementing changes to make them more resilient. / COURTESY CME CORP
The global supply chains that modern companies depend on were turned upside down three years ago after COVID-19 emerged in China. The spread of the illness and efforts to slow it resulted in shortages of everything. Even today, retailers continue to struggle to keep some products in stock. Overall stress in supply chains remains high.…

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