North American Supply Chain Summit to look back at 2020 disruption and ahead to 2021’s promise

Supply chain disruption became the norm in 2020, propelled by the COVID-19 pandemic. But global supply chains faced unprecedented pressures from other outside factors as well: Brexit, U.S.-China relations and the introduction of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement to name a few.

The result was, in some ways, a paralyzing impact on global investment in supply chain efficiency. But in many ways, it drove increased technological development, new partnerships and innovation across the supply chain as businesses sought to protect their existing supply chain and position themselves for the future.

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