Semiconductor chips have become a key component in the interconnected world of products and services. The world’s transition to a digital economy relies on a resilient and thriving semiconductor industry.
As the semiconductor industry has grown in size, volume, and complexity, the associated risks to business supply chains have also increased, particularly in light of recent global economic and geopolitical shocks.
Lloyd’s and WTW have collaborated to provide practical perspectives into the supply chain challenges facing the semiconductor industry, surveying and interviewing more than 100 risk professionals from across the semiconductor sector to understand its risk drivers and where insurers might fill protection gaps.
Combining these perspectives with proprietary data and reports, thought leadership and third-party analysis, Lloyd’s is publishing Loose Connections: Rethinking semiconductor supply chains through its Futureset platform to help build resilience in this critical sector.
The semiconductor report findings follow those in the Lloyd’s/WTW supply chain research, Rethinking food and drink supply chains: the food and drink industry.
Lloyd’s/WTW will be issuing a third report in the series later this year, focusing on supply chain risk in the transportation sector.
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