October 2012 management briefing: what have we learned from the Thai floods?
The fragility of the automotive supply chain has been highlighted by natural disasters, particularly in Asia over the past 18 months. This month's management briefing considers how fragile the supply chains of international manufacturing firms have become and the strategic responses now being formulated in response to the Thai floods. This fourth and final instalment looks at the consequences in Thailand and the wider implications for sourcing and supply chain strategies.
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