About this COVID-19 SC Impact Update
This pro bono action provides a trusted, independent academic platform to complement available Government, Industry Association or practitioner material on supply chain and transport impact of COVID-19.
In seven weeks, since its launch on 9 April 2020, the site has already attracted over 15,000 page views and an audience from over 100 countries.
We aim to keep our contents concise and timely using short slide presentations and blog texts. Gradually we will move to deeper analyses in addition to informing on week-to-week developments.
The site is maintained by Operations & Supply Chain Management research team at University of Turku (UTU). Copyright of the contents remains with the authors, whose affiliations and contact information are provided.
On behalf of the University of Turku team and the contributors,
Professor of Logistics Lauri Ojala
Thematic table of contents of this website
- GLOBAL ISSUES
- REGIONAL STUDIES
- COUNTRY STUDIES
- SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT ISSUES
- SHIPPING AND SEAPORT ISSUES
- AVIATION ISSUES
- ROAD TRANSPORT ISSUES
- RAIL TRANSPORT ISSUES
- PUBLIC TRANSPORT ISSUES
- REGULATORY ISSUES
Download the thematic repository of the contents of this website as a pdf document here.
Repository of relevant information sources
A repository of information sources on the impact of COVID 19 on global supply chains and the transport sector
Prof. Lauri Ojala provides an early-May 2020 updated repository of over 100 public domain on-line sources on the impact of COVID-19 on global supply chains and the transport sector provided by the following types of theme or organization (22-slides):
- Macroeconomic (country) estimates
- International Organizations
- Selected UN Regional and Special Agencies
- International Transport Organizations
- Selected Trade Bodies
- Selected examples of market intelligence gathering
- Major logistics firms
Download the pdf document, here.
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