Building Supply Chain Resilince for the Next Normal Era

Fitrianingrum, Agustina (2020) Building Supply Chain Resilince for the Next Normal Era. In: International Webinar on the Sustainable Development Goals for a Better World and Humanity -Pillar of Social Development, 29-Jun-20, Universitas Internasional Batam, Batam, Indonesia.

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International business is always embedded with the international supply chain. The total value of exports as its result often uses as the indicator of national economic growth. However, this business is very fragile and sensitives to some risks or disruption that maybe happened both in the host and home countries. Disruptions can come in many sizes fro the lack of raw materials to the political aspect. The biggest one is Covid-19 that has been announced as the pandemic. Indonesian Statistic Bureau (BPS) updated the value of Indonesia's exports in April 2020 is only reached US $ 12.19 billion, down 13.33 percent compared to exports in March 2020. In the latest report, Indonesia's Total exports dropped 28.9 % YoY in May 2020. Total imports recorded 8.4 USD in May 2020, which registered a decrease of 42.2 % year on year. This condition is obvious for Indonesia because China is one of the top export destination (15,1% of total export). Wuhan as the outbreak pandemic area, is the heart of 163 of the Fortune 1000 have Tier 1 suppliers brings impact to worldwide. How we can live a better life in the next era after the pandemic needs a lot of support from all stakeholders of business entities. UN SDG number 12 of the 2030 aims to ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns. Paragraph 28 states that countries commit to making fundamental changes in the way societies produce and consume goods and services. The new supply chain model becomes imperative when the pandemic shows how many companies are vulnerable because of global shocks through their supply chain relationships. Some actions can be prepared in the next normal are understand the consumer behavior changing, evaluate alternative inbound logistic options, open channels of communications with key customers to explore better the hidden capabilities of both sides to prepare for rebound

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: International Supply chain, next normal era, SDG no 12
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HB Economic Theory
Divisions: School of Economic and Business > Management
Depositing User: Admin Repository Universitas Internasional Batam
Date Deposited: 09 Jul 2020 03:30
Last Modified: 09 Jul 2020 03:30

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