Supplies from China will dry up, slowing manufacturing and port activity worldwide.
The impact of the new coronavirus epidemic on worldwide manufacturing operations will soar by mid-March. That’s when supplies from China will dry up. The effect of this crisis will be much larger than that of the 2002–2003 SARS epidemic because many more industries are dependent on China for parts and materials and companies have increased outsourcing and their use of lean production.
Read about the effects the supply chain will have and enjoy this BONUS GUIDE: "Prepare Your Supply Chain for Coronavirus".
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