We wanted to advise Supply Chain Matters readers that our Ferrari Consulting and Research Group Q2-2020 Quarterly Newsletter published this morning. Readers who have registered for Supply Chain Matters content alerts will automatically receive a copy of the newsletter so do check your inbox.
We are admittedly late in our release of this edition of the newsletter due to a host of ongoing activity commitments for clients. We will strive to release remaining newsletter editions in a timelier manner.
Included in the latest edition are the latest summations of global wide supply chain activity indices, a reference to previously published industry specific commentaries that readers might have missed, and an update on a newly released podcast series. We further share an overview of two upcoming Research Advisories that will publish during Q3. Look for announcements of availability on Supply Chain Matters.
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