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1. Constantine G. Vassiliadis and Glen Goldbach, “How the Strongest Supply Chains Protect What Customers Cherish Most,” PWC, 2014, p. 1.
2. "Allianz Risk Barometer on Business Risks 2014,” Allianz, 2014
3. "Making the Right Risk Decisions to Strengthen Operations Performance,” PwC and the MIT Forum for Supply Chain Innovation, 2013.
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“Supply chain volatility can carry a hefty price tag. More than 60 percent of respondents to a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) survey reported that their performance indicators had dropped by three percent or more because of supply chain disruptions in the past year.” 1

Supply chains no longer merely support businesses. They now have a strategic role in fueling growth. Latest research shows business interruption coupled with supply chain risk ranks as the number one concern among corporate insurers,2 yet only nine percent of enterprises are fully prepared to handle supply chain disruptions.3

This white paper, developed in collaboration with industry author Lisa Harrington, examines the next-gen Lead Logistics Provider (LLP) outsourcing model. Learn how, by engineering resilience at a strategic level, LLPs can help companies to withstand, anticipate and even capitalize on disruption.

We hope you enjoy reading the white paper.
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