Building and refining your supply chain may feel like a mammoth task, but the work doesn't stop there – especially if you're operating on a global scale. Securing your network entails more than lock and key. It involves collaboration, understanding and ensuring that trust exists between you, your suppliers and other vendors. It means everyone is working toward a common goal, your eyes and ears are always open, and you are quick to adapt to change. Below we've compiled a list of seven tips to help you work toward global supply chain security.
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