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The Hurricane in Your Supply Chain’s Future

A good friend of mine from Queens, NY, contacted me in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, saying he and his family were doing fine, and asking how we had weathered the storm here in Massachusetts. I should have called him first, since New York City took the gre…
A good friend of mine from Queens, NY, contacted me in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, saying he and his family were doing fine, and asking how we had weathered the storm here in Mas… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/blog/hurricane-your-supply-chains-future/

Supply Chain Risk Rises to a C-Suite Issue

Insurance companies are apparently getting more skittish about offering policies that indemnify manufacturers against losses due to various supply chain disruptions. Underwriters are reportedly charging more for such policies and asking for much more deta…
Insurance companies are apparently getting more skittish about offering policies that indemnify manufacturers against losses due to various supply chain disruptions. Underwriters … http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/blog/supply-chain-risk-rises-c-suite-issue/

Supply Chain Risk: After the Aftershocks

Nearly a year after a devastating 9.0 earthquake and resulting tsunami rocked Japan, scientists are tracking a massive, ocean-borne debris field that continues to migrate eastward. Scientists say the field—2,000 miles long, 1,000 miles wide, and consistin…
Nearly a year after a devastating 9.0 earthquake and resulting tsunami rocked Japan, scientists are tracking a massive, ocean-borne debris field that continues to migrate eastward… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/blog/supply-chain-risk-after-aftershocks/

The Global View: Supply Chain Risk: Of Floods, Earthquakes, and False Hope

I am lucky to live in a very beautiful part of the country. There is a very nice harbor and a marina, both of which are protected from the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Ana River by a levee built by the Army Corps of Engineers.
I am lucky to live in a very beautiful part of the country. There is a very nice harbor and a marina, both of which are protected from the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Ana River by… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/blog/global-view-supply-chain-risk-floods-earthquakes-and-false-hope1/

The Global View: Supply Chain Risk: Of Floods, Earthquakes, and False Hope

I am lucky to live in a very beautiful part of the country. There is a very nice harbor and a marina, both of which are protected from the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Ana River by a levee built by the Army Corps of Engineers.
I am lucky to live in a very beautiful part of the country. There is a very nice harbor and a marina, both of which are protected from the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Ana River by… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/blog/global-view-supply-chain-risk-floods-earthquakes-and-false-hope/

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