Supply Chain Resilience – Strategy, ISO and examples
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We would like to invite you to our first BCI Netherlands Chapter Webinar for 2022. We know that we would all prefer to meet again but we don’t know when that will be possible so to keep contact, we will proceed with virtual events.
The effects of COVID-19, shortage of critical components, transport disruption, geo-political developments, etc, demonstrate how reliant we are on (international) supply chains and how easily these can be disrupted by events both local and remote. In this session we will examine best practices for understanding and managing the continuity and resilience of our supply chains. These best practices include strategies and the ISO Technical Standard 22318:2020 – both are based on practical experience.
Zera Zheng, Global Head of Business Resilience Lead Logistics at A.P. Moller – Maersk, will talk us through Supply Chain Resilience strategies. Gert Kogenhop (Hon. MBCI) Director at bcm+ and MKB Zekerheid will then present the highlights from the recently published (updated) version of ISO 22318:2020. Following this we will share examples during which time there will be the opportunity to ask questions and discuss Supply Chain Resilience.
Note: this session will be in English – everyone is welcome.