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Alan McKinnon – Professor of Logistics

Impacts of Coronavirus on Logistics: Issues and Information Sources

On the 2nd and 30th April 2020, Kuehne Logistics University ran a series of online Q&A sessions focusing on the impact of coronavirus on various aspects of logistics, supply chain managent, the economy, leadership and human resource management.  My sessions focused on its ‘short term impact on logistics and longer term effects on global supply chains’.  Around 60 people attended these sessions from around world and they posed an interesting set of questions.   I  prepared a short document outlining eighteen of the key issues that arose during the sessions and listing links to around 70 articles, reports and websites where you can find more information on these subjects.

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