A supply chain disruption is an event that impacts the production or distribution of goods within a supply chain. They happen all the time, and the degrees of extreme vary. 
Supply chain disruptions include forecasting and allocation errors—too much or not enough inventory, unpredictable surges in demand that create bottlenecks and stock-outs, geo-political events like the trade wars, customs delays, labor shortages and strikes, mechanical issues in manufacturing plants, major weather events— the list goes on.

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