Supply Chain Risk Management is receiving increased attention in recent years. With events such as 9/11, the foot and mouth outbreak in Europe and hurricane Katrina all impacting on organisations and the global supply chains they are part of. Trends including the rapid growth in global sourcing and offshore manufacturing; the continued move to reduce the supplier base; industry consolidation and the centralisation of distribution all change the risk profile of supply chains and businesses. Supply Chain Risk Management is now a priority on many CEOs’ agend
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