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Grim reminders of the havoc supply chain disruptions can wreak on business activity seem to be happening with increased frequency. Hurricane Sandy is the latest.

In Logistics Viewpoints, Jordan Kass discusses the need for resilience in your supply chain and the importance of scenario planning for anticipating the impact of catastrophic events. Read it HERE. 

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