Prepare Your Supply Chain Processes Before Disaster Strikes

In the past two months, Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Mary battered Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the southeastern United States. In the aftermath of natural disasters like these, the role of logistics becomes even more critical. In the middle of a crisis, there is no time to undertake process improvement for logistics.

Thankfully, the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) can help in these situations with its existing network of supply chain organizations to help locate and move goods from suppliers to affected communities rapidly and efficiently. The key is advance planning.

Join this APQC webinar to learn from ALAN’s Executive Director, Kathy Fulton, about smart preparedness and how to recover quickly after an emergency you haven’t prepared for. Learn some key steps and critical relationships to prepare yourself and your organization first, and then be able to help others when disaster strikes.