Organizations learn Great East Japan Earthquake supply chain business continuity lessons
A study by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) has found that 82 percent of companies affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake have made changes to their supply chain strategy since the disaster.
A previous BCI survey had identified companies that had experienced supply chain disruption as a result of the Great East Japan Earthquake and the latest study went back to these organizations to examine what the long term effects have been and what changes have been made to their overall supply chain continuity strategy. The study also surveyed organizations that had been impacted by the 2011 Christchurch earthquake.
Key findings included:
The report can be viewed in full here (PDF).
•Date: 13th March 2012 • World •Type: Article • Topic: BC general