Kolkata, India, March 19, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- The Coronavirus (COVID-19) that originated as an epidemic in China in the initial months of 2020, is now declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). Not only China, but the whole world is paying a price due to its adversity - people who are both directly and indirectly affected by the virus. The world has come to a standstill and so has business, both online and physical.
The evolution of Coronavirus has made a significant impact on supply chains across industries throughout the globe.
As the number of Coronavirus cases are multiplying each day across all the continents, an undisrupted continuation of work and business has become very difficult. So is the case with the retail and eCommerce world which has badly hit the global supply chain system.
Big, large scale product companies are in trouble as most of the manufacturing units are located in China. Production and delivery of products and projects has become a challenge in this unfortunate scenario.
The ISM survey reports that the corona outbreak is the reason for 75% disruption in the supply chain resulting in major losses in revenue.
Logistics giants like Amazon, FedEx and others have already declared possible delays in order deliveries owing to the unfavorable conditions caused by the virus outbreak.
Following a few guidelines can help improve the supply chain impact on eCommerce. Read them on https://www.appseconnect.com/how-coronavirus-has-disrupted-the-global-supply-chain-management/
Risk assessment and planning should be the immediate action taken by businesses right now. Weekly monitoring on suppliers, potential customers, and employees of the organizations should be done.
The crisis does allow for better learning, improving business sense and fueling capabilities. As Rahm Emanuel said, ”You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”
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