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One day, when the pandemic is long over, people will be free to reminisce about March 2020 and its empty toilet paper shelves, impossible-to-find flour, and out-of-control lumber prices. It was in that month that people started understanding just how global and intertwined supply chains had become and that when links break — in this case because of a worldwide lockdown that made it difficult to create and ship goods — the entire system falls apart.
“This past year has shown how volatile our supply chain can be and that it may not be as resilient as we details ⇒
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