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Extreme Weather & the Domestic Supply Chain

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nathandavidson
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nathandavidson   7/19/2019 4:51:52 AM
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Man, until we learn how to teleport things from one place to another, we will always be at the mercy of the weather won't we? I just read today that they managed to beam a proton from Earth up to a space station, so perhaps we might not be too far away from it. Although judging by the rate that we manage to do things, we still might not be seeing teleportation happen anytime within our lifespans yet...

UdyRegan
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Keep their customers
UdyRegan   7/22/2019 2:16:47 AM
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We are already aware of the fact that different weather conditions affect businesses worldwide regardless of their severity. The impact is even greater for businesses that get physically in contact with the weather. There really isn't much to workaround with except to simply accept the situation and come up with a service recovery plan. It will most likely incur additional costs but it is to keep their customers intact.

markgrogan
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We need to cater
markgrogan   7/23/2019 10:51:42 PM
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Every single process that mankind executes would somehow rely on weather conditions. Regardless of the situation though, we know for sure that life has to go on. This is life as it is. We cannot prevent or control the weather so we have to make amends to our daily mobile processes to cater to the weather changes instead.



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