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The Economist reports coronavirus could have a lasting impact on global supply chains

LLamasoft’s analysis of the impact on manufacturing caused by the coronavirus (officially named COVID-19 by the World Health Organization) was published in The Economist. The electronics industry is most at risk, according to LLamasoft’s research, because of its relatively thin inventories and its lack of alternative sources for parts. Read the full article published in The Economist. LLamasoft’s solutions are helping leading companies develop contingency plans for supply chain disruptions.... Read More
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Automotive and pharmaceutical supply chains feel impact of coronavirus

Logistics Viewpoints talked with LLamasoft CEO Razat Gaurav about the impact that the coronavirus is having on both global automotive and pharmaceutical supply chains. “Most OEMs single source components for new vehicles and China is a large supplier of those. Thus, there is exposed risk. The automotive industry has been going through a ‘regionalization’ trend for the last 5 to 8 years with major hubs emerging in Mexico, Eastern Europe,... Read More
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Drug makers brace for coronavirus disruption to China suppliers

LLamasoft CEO Razat Gaurav discusses the coronavirus effect on supply chains and the need for long-term strategic planning. “The coronavirus crisis may have a short-term impact but it is a wake-up call for the need in the longer term to plan strategically,” Gaurav said. Read the full article published in the Financial Times. (subscription required) LLamasoft’s solutions are helping leading companies develop contingency plans for supply chain disruptions. Learn more... Read More