Researchers suggest way to keep shelves stocked during crises

Published July 23, 2020


An article on Supply Chain Best Practices reports on UB researchers who have developed a new framework to make supply chains more resilient during a crisis like COVID-19.

"The challenges of pandemics and other catastrophic events demand new strategies for addressing supply chain failures that can cripple an entire world," says Nallan Suresh, UB Distinguished Professor of operations management and strategy. "Our method provides a valuable structure for ensuring supply chain resilience, identifying risks, developing recovery tactics and continuous learning and improvement.”

Read the story here.

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