COVID-19 Supply Chain Impact Update by Supply Chain and Logistics Academics

Covid-19 Supply Chain Impact Update is trusted pro bono service providing the most recent findings by some of the leading supply chain & logistics scholars and has a large repository of concurrent logistics & transport sources to share with practitioners, policymakers, media and academia.



COVID-19 SC Impact Update aims to keep the content concise and timely using short slide presentations and blog texts. Gradually it will move to deeper analyses in addition to informing on week-to-week developments.


The site is maintained by Operations & Supply Chain Management research team at University of Turku (UTU). Copyright of the contents remains with the authors, whose affiliations and contact information are provided

Examples of the latest blogs or slide presentations on the impact of COVID-19:


Dr. Jaafar & Prof. Ojala: "The impact of pandemic (Covid 19) on the Malaysian air cargo industry"


Mr. Alvarenga & Dr. Julianelli: "Demand planning in the new normal"


Dr. Julianelli et al. : Customer service in the new normal


Dr. Lauri Railas: Changing Circumstances and Contracts - Fairness in Action?


Prof. Ruth Banomyong: Covid Impact on the Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) - A Tale of 2 Southest Asian countries


Assoc. Prof. Dai & Prof. Tang: Needed: A PPE Industrial Commons


Visit COVID-19 SC Impact Update site: https://sites.utu.fi/covid-supply-chains/


Archieve of Articles: https://sites.utu.fi/covid-supply-chains/archive/



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On behalf of the University of Turku team and the contributors,

Dr. Lauri Ojala Professor of Logistics (lauri.ojala@utu.fi)

Operations & Supply Chain Management

University of Turku, Finland







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