Supply Chain Constraints Create Ripples in Global Water Industry

1 Sep 2021
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The recovery of global markets from the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a desynchronization of supply and demand. While consumer and industrial demand has rebounded as economies reopen, suppliers have been unable to ramp back up in parallel, leading to price increases and shortages in labor, raw materials, and transportation. This imbalance has been exacerbated by recent climate events and other acute shocks to global supply chains.

In this Research  Note:

  • Climate, logistics shocks throw supply and demand further out of balance
  • Top water companies feel the pinch
  • Reported supply chain impacts & mitigation strategies of select public water companies
  • Short-term supply chain constraints drive water companies to consider long-term resilience, new market opportunities

Related Podcast

14 Sep 2021  |  Episode #35 with Nathan Goldstein

Tight Supply Chains Squeeze the Water Industry 

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