Every business that moves any product must contend with supply chain interruption. There won't be a new normal; instead, there will be unknown disturbance causes, including changes in the weather, governmental regulations, and business conditions. Develop a plan to deal with supply chain disruptions regardless of their cause rather than expecting to be able to anticipate every problem. Supply chain resilience is the capacity to adjust to and overcome difficulties so that your business can continue to provide the best level of customer service. A resilient supply network remains intact even when strained beyond its breaking point. And it recovers, perhaps adopting new forms as necessary in reaction to the most recent disruption. Risk assessment and a proactive approach are the first steps in resiliency preparation for your supply chain. Just in case, having a Plan B is insufficient. Your company needs to be looking over the horizon for potential threats.