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A second round of research around the impact of COVID-19 on supply chain was conducted between March 17-30th with more than 550 respondents from our member and professional community. Below are some of the highlights in comparison to the survey conducted on the same topic in late February.Read Press Release
Of respondents reported longer lead times in China (up 8% over February).
NEW: 74% see longer lead times in Europe and between 34-44% from North American countries.
Up from 8% of respondents report an impact to operations in the first half of the year.
NEW: April is expected to be especially challenging with 39% reporting a severe impact.
Reduction in target revenue, down an additional 16% over February.
NEW: Only 1/6th of respondent pool reported decreasing revenue targets in February, while in March almost half reported negative impact to revenue.
Reduction in demand for products.
NEW: Some industries increasing revenue targets include Food, Beverage & Tobacco Manufacturing (+8.8%), Wholesale Trade (+0.3%), and Management of Companies & Report Services (+17.5%). Significant demand is hitting Health Care & Social Assistance (+50%) even as they adjust their revenue target -30%.
This infographic will give you greater insights into the state of the supply chain and the effects of coronavirus. This information is based off a survey done by Institute for Supply Management® (ISM®) between February 22 and March 5, 2020. The survey included more than 600 respondents and was focused on finding the impact of the coronavirus outbreak in China.View Now Download PDF
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Download the second wave of research COVID-19 and Supply Chains: Increasing Impacts, Decreasing Revenue, which shows the impacts that supply management organizations face with increasing severity of disruptions to sourcing, supply and talent, as well as declines in manufacturing capacity and revenue.