Brian Pomper, executive director of the Alliance for Trade Enforcement, reveals the results of a nationwide poll of U.S. voters’ attitudes toward the enforcement of agreements with the nation’s trading partners.
John Scannapieco, shareholder and chair of the Global Business Team with the law firm of Baker Donelson, details the frustrations that shippers and freight forwarders are experiencing as they struggle to get products to market.
Kezia Fitzgerald, co-founder of CareAline, tells how her company responded to a need for isolation gowns during the COVID-19 pandemic, and describes what it will take to set up a domestic supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) for the future.
A discussion about the impact of the semiconductor shortage on automotive manufacturers, with Dan Hearsch, Managing Director, lead of the Automotive Practice in the Americas, and co-lead of the Global Automotive and Industrials Practice, with AlixPartners.
Nick Vyas, academic director of the Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management program at the USC Marshall School of Business, tells how higher education in supply chain has been affected by the pandemic, both in terms of subject matter and how it’s taught.