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The COVID-19 pandemic has sent shockwaves throughout global communities, dislocating  international supply chains and forcing operations to safely close down or to operate under new regimes. This report by Alvarez & Marsal lays out four key stages pinpointing the critical aspects of operations that should be resolved, improved, or changed whilst preparing to start back up and returning to ‘normal’.

Key points:
  • Keep Fit - Moving from crisis management during the lockdown phase
  • On Your Marks - assessing the end-to-end business landscape and identifying risk averse measures and contingencies 
  • Get Set - the deep diving on a site-by-site basis and layering in contingencies
  • Go - resulting with the In-Play Strategy which will likely introduce ongoing strategic changes

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Tim Waters
Managing Director & Supply Chain Practice Lead (Europe)
Alvarez & Marsal

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