Improvements in meteorological forecasting have opened a “critical window” for supply chains to mitigate risks posed by weather phenomena including cyclones and hurricanes.
Forecasts for the 2019 hurricane season indicate a “below-average” number are expected to hit North America, with DHL’s cloud-based risk management system Resilience360 putting this down to cooler ocean temperatures.
Citing scientists at Colorado State University, the system is predicting five hurricanes during this year’s season, which runs from …
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