COVID-19 Impact on the Supply Chain: The End of the Beginning

COVID-19 Impact on the Supply Chain: The End of the Beginning

This IDC Perspective looks at the continuing impact on, and implications for, the supply chain as a consequence of COVID-19. "Although most discussions about the supply chain have focused on supply disruptions — automotive parts factories closing in Wuhan or meatpacking plants closing in the U.S. Midwest — I worry much more about demand disruptions — something that I think is not getting enough attention. If demand does not return, the restoration of supply will not matter," says Simon Ellis, program vice president for Supply Chain at IDC.

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Situation Overview
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