Resilinc Special Report
How to Mitigate Supply Chain Impacts of Hurricane Ian
Hurricane Ian, one of the most powerful category four hurricanes hit parts of the United States with ferocious winds topping 150 mph, causing complete devastation in Cuba, Florida, and South Carolina. Severe disruption to supply chains from heavy rains, flooding, power outages, and wind damage have impacted manufacturing, agriculture, distribution sectors, and more. Closures and delays due to the impact of the hurricane have affected freight movement through major ports, airports, highways, rail, and shipping nodes of essential goods. Nearly $20 billion in revenue is at risk just for companies Resilinc monitors. Our predictions on the supply chain impacts of Hurricane Ian are that they will be wider and long-lasting, with ripple effects to last five to six months.
Learn more in Resilinc’s Special Report about the lingering supply chain effects of Hurricane Ian and risk mitigation best practices.