The need to stress test supply chains will lead to increased adoption of digital technology in 2022 © Witthaya Prasongsin via Getty Images
The need to stress test supply chains will lead to increased adoption of digital technology in 2022 © Witthaya Prasongsin via Getty Images

Use stress testing to prevent supply chain headaches

18 January 2022

MENA procurement managers are being urged to continually stress test supply chains in 2022 rather than wait for new shocks to reveal  unforeseen vulnerabilities.

Speaking to Supply Management about MENA region supply chain trends for 2022, Robert Sutton, head of logistics cluster at Abu Dhabi Ports Group, said the Covid-19 pandemic had shown the importance of supply chains with resilience built into them.

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