The survey’s 628 respondents largely represent US manufacturing and non-manufacturing firms
According to the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) survey, nearly 75% of companies report supply chain disruptions due to coronavirus-related transportation restrictions.
Furthermore, over 80% of them believe that their organization will experience some impact because of COVID-19 disruptions. Meanwhile, one in six companies reports adjusting revenue targets downward an average of 5.6% due to the outbreak.
The research unveiled that more than 60% of companies that ordinarily travel to China aren’t going to do that during the next 6 months.
What is more, 47% claim travel to other international areas is subject to extra scrutiny or limitations. Among the most mentioned areas are Korea, Italy, Japan, broadly Europe, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
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