Factory fires remain the No. 1 supply chain disruption for the fourth consecutive year, according to new Resilinc data. Much of this trend is being driven by gaps in regulatory and process execution as well as a shortage of skilled labor in warehouses.
2022 also saw a large increase in labor disruptions around the globe, marking a 92% YoY increase thanks in large part to protests at the Foxconn iPhone factory in China and the U.S. port truck driver strike.
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