We outline our efforts to anticipate and plan for supply chain disruptions caused by the Triple Dip La Niña weather pattern. La Niña, a natural climate phenomenon characterized by below-average sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean, can have a significant impact on global weather patterns and supply chains. We’re monitoring the Triple Dip La Niña to provide businesses with the information they need to prepare for and mitigate potential supply chain disruptions. By staying ahead of the potential impacts of La Niña, we aim to help companies maintain a competitive edge and minimize the impact of supply chain disruptions.
Cepham Monitors Triple-Dip La Niña to Anticipate and Plan for Supply Chain Disruptions
In this post on WholeFoodsMagzine.com, we report on the efforts…