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Supply Chain Variability is an inherent risk to supply chains characterized by variations in supply and demand that can negatively impact a business's supply chain. Examples of supply chain variability may include:

  • Changes in consumers' tastes
  • Changes to product portfolios
  • Differences in manufacturing, transportation and distribution lead times
  • Changes in procurement processes
  • Imbalances in parts production or distribution
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