The Supply Chain Matters blog reviews October 2020 global manufacturing and supply chain activity level reporting to highlight observations and perspectives relative to continued signs of a “V” shaped global supply chain network response.
This Supply Chain Matters blog serves as a reference sidebar to our ongoing coverage of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic’s impact on industry and global supply chains. History is often prevailing in providing a reference to past events either with similar characteristics, or in conditions that were prevalent long before the current disruption.
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