How coronavirus is changing how we look at supply chains

KYW In Depth: Coronavirus
Wednesday, April 1st
In general, we probably don't pay enough attention to supply chains -- how products and services get made, delivered, sent from A to B to wherever someone needs them. But supply chains are incredibly important, a fact that we all suddenly realized when word first started spreading that we might not have enough personal protective equipment and medical supplies to get through a global virus pandemic. Drexel LeBow College of Business associate clinical professor David Kurz joins KYW in Depth to break down what supply chains are, which supply chains are proving to be resilient, and how the COVID-19 pandemic might change how we design and support supply chains moving forward.