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The one-two punch of the trade war and the pandemic have put supply chains under the microscope. And what’s been revealed are the vulnerabilities inherent in long, opaque operations, especially during a crisis. To build in resilience, sourcing managers are increasingly looking closer to home. But realizing the benefits of localizing supply chains is about more than just geography. It takes visibility into inputs, automation and the ability to deliver only the goods consumers actually want to achieve lower cost of goods sold and better margins.
Join Sourcing Journal on February 17 at 2 pm ET for a discussion about how to de-risk supply chains through nearshoring and onshoring.
The discussion will focus on: