In this episode of the Advanced Manufacturing and Mobility Business Minute, David Sanders, our Global Advanced Manufacturing & Mobility Advisory Leader, shares his insights on the critical issues automotive supply chains are facing as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the podcast, David discusses:
- How is the COVID-19 crisis different from other crises we’ve faced, and why is a resilient supply chain so critical?
- Why do today’s supply chains seem so vulnerable during this pandemic?
- How can automotive companies prepare to make their supply chains resilient in the face of local, regional and global disruption?
- What are the steps that companies need to consider when designing and building a resilient supply chain?
- What is the most important thing companies should be doing now for their supply chains?
- What are your clients’ biggest challenges as they begin to restart their operations?
- Having visibility is key to optimizing supply chains both from an efficiency and agility standpoint during normal production. But it is critical given current events.
- COVID-19 has impacted both supply and demand, shocking both sides of the supply chain.
- Digital twins are a key supply chain planning strategy for economic unknowns.
- Stress tests and early warning systems are imperative for identifying potential risks and building a more resilient supply chain.
- Worker safety will be paramount as the automotive industry restarts operations.
Duration 10m 39s
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EY Global Advanced Manufacturing Strategy and Transactions Leader