Depending on the industry you operate in you will be exposed to different risks and will be affected by disruptions in different ways.
The automotive, aerospace and electronics industries have complex, global supply chains. A large number of suppliers and even larger number of tier 2-5 suppliers produce parts all over the world. Sophisticated inbound logistics ensure that all these parts arrive at the right production facility at just the right time to ensure production is not interrupted.
For fast-moving goods such as apparel and fashion speed is paramount due to short product life cycles and the high cost of promotions and obsolence. It is increasingly e-commerce driven which comes with costly and complex returns processes.
Supply chains in the life sciences industry are highly regulated with very specific requirements on account of temperature sensitivity and the need to avoid contamination. The supply of critical goods is likely get increasing governmental scrutiny in the aftermath of the Corona crisis.
So, each company will need to make its own risk assessment and come up with a different approach to manage risk.