8 – 10 March 2022 | Rotterdam Ahoy

HRS managing ongoing supply chain challenges

Like other manufacturing businesses, HRS Heat Exchangers has had to adapt its day-to-day operations to cope with the supply chain disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and increased demand in the post-COVID recovery period. Here, HRS International Sales & Marketing Director Matt Hale outlines some of the steps that the business has taken to maintain production and minimise disruption to customers and clients.

The Coronavirus pandemic has brought the interdependency of the world’s supply chains into sharp focus. Manufacturing, raw material production, global shipping (and container services in particular), road haulage and aviation have all been affected by a shortage of both workers and resources.

Like Coronavirus itself, the supply chain difficulties which the world continues to experience today, almost two-years after the virus was first identified, originated in China and have swept around the world, leaving businesses and consumers to deal with a products and supplies which are delivered late, or not at all. Not surprisingly, these restrictions in supply have seen massive rises in the prices of raw materials, finished goods and transport services, with almost all aspects of the global economy currently subject to high levels of inflation.

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Source: engineering-update.co.uk

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