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The recent pandemic has affected every part of the value chain, from raw material sourcing to end customers. It is testing the commercial, operational, financial, and organizational resilience of the majority of companies across the globe. COVID-19 has highlighted risks and resiliency gaps for many organizations. CEOs are looking to get on the front foot when it comes to disruption and innovation, with 67 percent saying they will increase investment in disruption detection and innovation processes.

As the effects of COVID-19 continue to impact the global supply chain, how should businesses seek to build resilience into their supply chains moving forward?


Below are some of the major disruptions affecting supply chains and strategies that are being rapidly deployed by leading organizations to help build resilience and agility.

Blue Corporation | Supply Chain is the outcome-driven solution designed to support all organizations in addressing the challenge of a dynamic supply chain. It helps you to better meet the demands of customers and respond to market changes, while striving to maximize efficiency gains both now, and in the future. 

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Our procurement team has years of experience and high knowledge of the supply, in hospitals, of furniture projects aimed at hospital rooms as well as surgical rooms.

We specialize in the supplies of hospitals and nursing homes for the elderly. Our experienced team is able to manage any type of hospitality project.

Commodities, Food & Agri is an area managed by a global team, consisting of more than 20 professionals dedicated to providing solutions to clients involved in the trading of commodities (metals and minerals, and agriculture), as well as the producers and processors of metals and minerals, and food and agricultural products.

The commodities treated are aluminum, nickel, copper, lead and ferrous scrap, helium, poultry frozen but also wheat, Corn, Soybeans, Soybean Meal, Oats, Rough Rice, Cotton, and Sugar.

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