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Supply chain risk management is crucial 



Søren Kragballe


5 September 2013


Michael Nordstrøm, PA manufacturing expert, is quoted in an article about supply chain risk management, which refers to a study carried out by PA in Denmark. The study shows that most companies have a plan in place to respond to natural disasters or any other incident that might affect their production. However, only a few of these plans are rooted in the top level of the organisation.

Michael says: “Increasing globalisation has changed companies’ views on supply chains. Complexity has increased, and if production comes to a sudden standstill but the company is not prepared in terms of processes and plans, this could have serious consequences.”


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