Date: December 15, 2021
Time: 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Prior to the onset of COVID-19, many companies looked outside of the United States for solutions to reduce costs and increase profits. The idea of importing and exporting goods and materials in and out of the country was even then a daunting and complicated task.
Since the onset of the COVID pandemic, many companies’ and entire industries’ traditional supply chain methods, models and strategies to import and export have been forced into unprecedented territory.
- Where have we been and how did we get here?
- Is the Global Supply Chain irreparably broken?
- What’s next and what can be done to manage vulnerabilities and reduce risks?
This presentation will assist in understanding how to respond to the increasing uncertainty and current fluidity in the global supply chain. It is designed to allow for those companies that may import and/or export goods to better conduct risk management and improve some of their vulnerabilities across their end-to-end supply chain.
Presented by Joseph M. Joseph, General Counsel and Senior Executive Vice President of
International Trade and Customs and Human Resources, Dalko Resources.