Supply chain radar: Port congestion & investment – drops in the ocean
I recently read with great interest a short article that timely questioned the ongoing viability of one of the world’s most enduring supply chain principles – here it goes: “The just-in-time supply chain theory has conquered the world — but has it gone too far?”
Which made me wonder if just-in-time (JIT) has also become the latest unintended victim of Covid-19? And, if JIT is in fact DOA, what impact does that have on global supply chains and their practitioners?
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