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Global Supply Chain Resilience - Darren Briggs - UK Ports Conference - May 2019

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Darren Briggs, Arup, presented on the Resilience Shift and Arup research into global supply chains, and their dependencies on critical infrastructure resilience, at the UK Ports Conference in May 2019.

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Global Supply Chain Resilience - Darren Briggs - UK Ports Conference - May 2019

  1. 1. Resilience of Global Food Supply Chains Darren Briggs, Associate Director, Arup
  2. 2. Creating Resilience in Supply Chains
  3. 3. The food supply chain and its dependencies
  4. 4. Crisis Country Clusters: World Vision
  5. 5. Technology and Political Changes
  6. 6. Conducting the Research
  7. 7. Drivers of Supply Chain Resilience: Measurement ResilienceVisibility Risk Management Value Segmentation & Product Rationalisation
  8. 8. Infrastructure Resilience • Most industry and academic supply chain resilience research primarily focuses on continuity which is in the control of suppliers • Besides route planning, logistical network links are rarely improved upon by suppliers, as the actual links (i.e. major infrastructure) are beyond their control and they are wholly dependent and reliant on asset owners. • Infrastructure is fundamental to supply chain resilience – if businesses are the life blood of our economy, infrastructure is the arteries, veins and capillaries that transport goods (such as food, livestock, raw materials) across the earth
  9. 9. Key issues
  10. 10. Localised key issues New York  • Availability of labour • Communication infrastructure failure • Severe weather events (e.g. tornado, etc) Madrid  • Poor planning • Lack of access to information/data • Poor governance Johannesburg  • Communication infrastructure failure • Poor governance • Economic instability Hong Kong  • Communication infrastructure failure • Cyber crime • Industrial accidents Brisbane  • Flooding • Communication infrastructure failure • Water scarcity and contamination Manchester  • Poor planning • Lack of access to information/data • FloodingSan Francisco  • Poor planning • Water scarcity and contamination • Utilities infrastructure failure
  11. 11. Opportunities for Action New York  • Green technology • Cross harbour intermodal tunnel • Public awareness • Networks and hardware • Data analytics • Increased automation • Control and governance Madrid  • Policy coherence • Integrated planning • Control and governance • Public-private collaboration • Improve education • Cyber awareness • Technological education Johannesburg  • Appropriate education • Control and governance • Measure and monitor policies • Integrated planning • Traceability • Supply chain metrics Hong Kong  • Policy review of food supply chain infrastructure • Collaboration with government • Develop underground facilities • Automation and digitalisation not useful (too expensive) Brisbane  • Pooling resources • Capacity development for SMEs • Better cyber crime protection • Governances and collaboration • Intermodal alignment • Storage capacity • Infrastructure Manchester  • Integrated modal policies • Better education • Business continuity • Best practice guides • Register of infrastructure • Intermodal supply chains San Francisco  • Integrated decisions on infrastructure • Emergency food hubs • Understanding systems • Life cycle impact of infrastructure • Coordinated planning • Regenerative agriculture infrastructure
  12. 12. Conclusions • Appropriate education and public awareness on why resilience of infrastructure is so important; • Better integrated planning across all modes for the design, construction and commissioning of infrastructure to consider resilience; • Intermodal integration (road, rail, sea, inland waterways and air); • Improved government engagement to provide input into design and maintenance of infrastructure; and • Better integration between public and private sector in the development of appropriate infrastructure that considers resilience.
  13. 13. Question? darren.briggs@arup.com

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