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Video Event | How Will the COVID-19 Pandemic Change Manufacturing and Technology Supply Chains?

Video Event | How Will the COVID-19 Pandemic Change Manufacturing and Technology Supply Chains?

Please be advised: This event will be premiering at 12:00 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, April 22.

In recent years, businesses and public policy leaders have been questioning the resilience of U.S. supply chains due to the changing economics of production, challenges from global competitors, new concerns about national security, and disruptions due to political tensions and natural disasters.

The COVID-19 outbreak and ongoing trade tensions with China reinforce these concerns, especially in high technology and medical supplies sectors.

Join Hudson Institute and the Manufacturing Policy Initiative at Indiana University for an inside look at how U.S. firms and supportive institutions are thinking about long-term changes in global supply chains amid a global pandemic and into the future.

Speakers

Peter Anderson

Vice President of Global Supply Chain, Cummins Inc.

Tom Duesterberg

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute and Member of Manufacturing Policy Initiative Advisory Board

Sridhar Kota

Herrick Professor of Engineering at the University of Michigan and the Founding Executive Director at MForesight: Alliance for Manufacturing Foresight

Sue G. Smith

Vice President for the Technology & Applied Sciences Division and Corporate Executive for Advanced Manufacturing, Ivy Tech Community College

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