• Put your supply chain to the test.

    Supply chains are becoming increasingly complex, with dependencies upstream, in-plant and downstream. Which links in your supply chain might be most at risk? And what can be done to help manage it? Take our four-part questionnaire to help you uncover and avert potential risks in your supply chain before they emerge. Est. completion time: 5 minutes

    The Supply Chain
    Pressure Test
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    Disclaimer: The information you provide while taking the Supply Chain Pressure Test will only be used in an aggregate format to enhance our services to the users; it will not be used to identify your company or your company’s risk in any particular area. We will not sell or market your information to any third party. We reserve the right to change the data or output at any time without notice. Your use of this tool does not amend, or otherwise affect, the provisions or coverage of any insurance policy or bond issued by Travelers or any of its subsidiaries, nor is it a representation that coverage does or does not exist for any particular claim or loss under any such policy or bond. Coverage depends on the facts and circumstances involved in the claim or loss, all applicable policy or bond provisions, and any applicable law.
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    Where and how do you get raw materials and components? Everything from the number, location and type of suppliers you rely on, as well as the relationship you have with them, are some key factors in determining supply chain risk.

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    Who and what is most critical to your production line? Taking measures to protect key employees and equipment can help keep the manufacturing process running smoothly, and mitigate in-plant risk.

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    Who distributes, services and uses your products? Everything from the way you package, store, transport, market and support your products to the people who sell, service and buy them is part of the supply chain.

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  • Just one last thing...

    You’re almost done. These last few questions will allow us to show how your results compare to similar business owners. They will not affect your risk assessment and will not be saved or sold to any third parties.

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