From the filings: Supply chain lessons from the pandemic

When the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted supply chains around the world the year after U.S. tariffs hit American companies manufacturing in China, major multinational corporations deployed varying strategies to keep up production.

A survey of 715 supply chain professionals by Jabil, a Florida-based manufacturing service company, found the pandemic disrupted 78% of supply chains — more than any other event in the last decade.

Here, an in-depth look at the public filings of three major suppliers to a range of industries shows their varying strategies to keep producing during the pandemic, and how important sales to Asia have become.

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