© sergey pesterev Electronics Production | September 24, 2012

Enics: Anti-Japanese protests may hurt supply chain

Enics announced on Friday that it has formed a task-force to identify and handle disruptions with suppliers and partners caused by anti-Japanese protests in China.
Several Japanese manufacturers have closed down operations in China due to recent anti-Japanese protests and others have reported damage to plants.

“At the moment it is difficult to assess the exact impact of these plant stoppages, but there is a potential risk, that these have some impact on the global supply chain in case the situation continues for prolonged period. Enics has formed a task-force to identify and handle any potential disruptions together with our suppliers and partners. The objective is to react fast in case any problem rises and to reduce risks to a minimum. This is precaution; at this point no critical threat has been identified,” a press release by the company said.


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