During the COVID crisis, companies and SMEs in particular have experienced supply chain disruptions. Unfortunately, a series of economic, environmental and social challenges, along with the crisis in Ukraine, severely affect businesses.
In order to help them, the Enterprise Europe Network, together with other players, has launched the Supply Chain Resilience platform to allow companies retain, re-structure or replace existing supply chains, as well as source raw materials, parts, components and/or (semi-)finished goods or services they need to keep production going.
The platform focuses on the following sectors:
- Energy-Intensive Industries
- Mobility, Transport, Automotive
- Raw materials
- Renewable energy
- Publish offers for raw materials, parts, components and/or (semi-)finished goods or services;
- Promote requests from European companies to sustain their supply chains;
- Match international suppliers with buyers of goods and services;
- Establish cross-border contacts between businesses, industries, support organisations, academia, important stakeholders and key decision-makers.
If you develop an innovative solution / product needing a specific component and you think that your company might risk a supply chain disruption, don’t hesitate to register under one of the following categories: