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  • May Happy Hour - Supply Chain Disruption Part Two

May Happy Hour - Supply Chain Disruption Part Two

  • 18 May 2022
  • 3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Zoom


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Supply Chain Disruption - Part Two - An Evolving Saga Facing Manufacturers

Bring your favorite beverage to this months’ Happy Hour and join us for a hearty discussion regarding how Covid-19 disrupted the supply chain. 

Wednesday, May 18, 2022
4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Log in at 3:50 to meet and chat.

An Evolving Saga -
No one could have anticipated all of the ways a worldwide pandemic would impact the supply chain and global trade. A historic labor shortage, accelerating e-commerce adoption, port capacity constraints, trucking issues and runaway inflation are just a few of the many challenges facing industry today. Learn about what transpired in the supply chain from a data perspective and what evolving challenges will continue to impact product manufacturers and suppliers. Hear anecdotal analysis of these key data points and how these changes can provide a vision into the future.  


Steve Harrington has 28 years of experience in supply chain operations most recently as the West Coast Logistics Manager for the Perrigo Co., a Fortune 500
generic drug manufacturer. Steve is past President and Chairman of the Distribution Management Association of Southern California (DMA), a 250-member logistics industry association he developed, organized and led. He is a two time "Spirit of the Entrepreneur" award winner for his work in the field of economic development. 

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