The 2023 hurricane season has arrived early, causing severe infrastructure damage and transportation disruptions in the US. Meanwhile, Japan has experienced consecutive typhoons, Khanun and Lan, that resulted in power outages, connectivity issues, and suspended operations at some of the busiest ports, impacting industries such as steel, automotive, and more. These extreme events can wreak havoc on supply chains, causing delayed shipments, port disruptions, and substantial financial losses. But supply chain managers can prepare ahead of time by employing effective strategies to reduce hurricane risks.
In this Resilinc Special Report, we offer best practices and powerful tools to mitigate hurricane risks, including Resilinc’s Hurricane Simulator and CommodityWatchAI.