How the Coronavirus Pandemic Affects Global Cargo Insurance Customers and Criminals

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In this webinar, Bjorn Hartong, CPP, of Zurich Insurance's Risk Engineering Practice, will share how criminals have developed a successful business model out of supply chain optimization programs and how the coronavirus pandemic has affected supply chains and supply chain risk worldwide.

The SARS CoV-2 virus and its effects have rippled through economics, supply chains, and criminal enterprises. In this webinar, Bjorn Hartong, CPP, of Zurich Insurance's Risk Engineering Practice, will share how criminals have developed a successful business model out of supply chain optimization programs and how the coronavirus pandemic has affected supply chains and supply chain risk worldwide. This disruption of the supply chains has led to many challenges, and more are on the horizon. Creativity of production locations, stock locations, and modes of transport will most likely change the way both legitimate businesses and criminal enterprises operate moving forward.

Speaker

Bjorn Hartong, CPP,
Senior Risk Engineer Marine & Security
Zurich Insurance

A dedicated professional with more than 20 years experience in protecting company assets and proven contribution to the organizational profitability at national, regional and corporate management levels in the world of logistics. He is in charge of the management of supply chains of the largest hi-tech manufacturers as well as other theft sensitive products like tobacco, pharmaceuticals and FMCG on a global level. He is specialized in supply chains in developed markets as well as emerging markets from OEM to shop deliveries. His overall aim is to minimize losses in the supply chain and improve the customer satisfaction by delivering all cargo on time. He believes that a well risk based security management system mitigates almost all risk to an acceptable level.

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