Covid-19 reveals flaws in chemical supply chain

16 June 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is revealing flaws in the supply chain that the chemical industry has relied upon for decades, highlighting the need for the Arabian Gulf’s sector to undergo a major transformation.

The Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) said in its white paper COVID and Chemicals that the challenges presented by the pandemic have created an invaluable opportunity to address existing weaknesses and transform the supply chain.

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