Managing Supply Chain Risk in Mexico – A Spend Matters PRO Analysis Kaitlyn McAvoy - March 19, 2015 3:16 PM | Categories: Analysis, Supplier Risk and Compliance Management, Supply Chain Management | Tags: Process and Best Practice Earlier today, we published a PRO research brief authored by Xavier Olivera on supply chain risk management in Mexico – what North American companies should pay attention to when working with Mexican and Latin American suppliers, and what Mexican companies should keep in mind. Make sure to check out the article, Supply Risk Management in Mexico: Tips and Analysis For Multinational Procurement Organizations, before heading home today. Here is a snippet from the PRO article: "Events like the earthquake in Japan, the tsunami in Thailand and the constant focus on operational efficiency, cost optimization and the search for suppliers in low-cost areas, often have increased the potential risk across many links in global supply chains. The combination of these events with internally and externally focused cost reduction efforts (e.g., inventory reduction) has revealed the importance of risk management within supply chains, forcing companies to implement new elements of vigilance to avoid disruptions." Xavier also shares insights from a recent study that showed how Mexican companies compare to other suppliers across the world in regard to risk management practices for the supply chain. Read the full article here. Discuss this: Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.