Supply Chain Risk Management

A sustainable supply chain actively manages economic, social and environmental factors, to not only meet government regulations, but also end-user requirements. Yet, often unforeseen vulnerabilities pose companies to risk and disruptions in their supply chain.

We analyze your current supply chain to identify these risks, assessing the potential impact and occurrence likelihood, then formulate a risk mitigation plan as a precautionary measure, minimizing the impact of identified risks.

Risk Management Process

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Risk Identification

We analyse your supply chain to define and map potential inefficiencies and risks, including your suppliers, production, finance, logistics, labour, CSR, and warehousing.

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Risk Assessment

Identified risks are thoroughly assessed through scenario analysis, to determine the expected outcome, level of impact, and the likelihood of any risk to occur.

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Mitigation Plan

Based on the assessment, we develop a framework for setting a mitigation strategy and action plan to remove identified risks, and contingency plans to minimize the impact on occurrence.

Common Risks in Your Supply Chain

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Supply Risks

  • Product quality failure
  • Supply shortfall
  • Production stoppage
  • Supplier’s bankruptcy
  • Delay in delivery
  • Suppliers’ failure to meet standard CSR conduct
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Demand Risks

  • Sudden loss of demand
  • Decline in demand
  • Inaccurate forecasting
  • Receivable losses
  • Failed communication with customers
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Logistics & Operational Risks

  • Inaccurate forecasting
  • Excessive inventory
  • Inventory cost increase
  • Long delivery lead time
  • Intellectual property risks
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Macro Risks

  • Natural disaster
  • Political unrest
  • Diseases
  • Government regulations
  • Labour shortage
  • Currency fluctuations

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