Episode 303 Supply Chain Issues | Ohio Business Podcast | Ohio CPA

Episode 303: The World Is Still Out of….Well, Everything – Supply Chain Issues and Labor Shortages

Andrew Geiser | Ohio CPA

Meet Andrew

Andrew Geiser is a manufacturing expert, CPA, and senior manager at Rea & Associates. At Rea, Andrew helps clients solve complex issues that cross multiple disciplines but spends most of his time in the areas of cost and profitability analysis, general consulting and tax planning. He focuses on the manufacturing industry, where he has over eight years of experience and assists in leadership of Rea's manufacturing & distribution segment.

Andrew Geiser | Ohio CPA Firm

The Manufacturing Crisis that COVID Built: What On Earth Happened to the Supply Chain?

The world we knew has been forever changed in the last few years. But beyond just a public health crisis, how did COVID-19 impact life for us all in the long run? One of the most significant repercussions in the status quo has been supply chain issues that are causing widespread shortages- across nearly every industry.

As COVID-19 cases continue to climb, it’s clear our pandemic woes aren’t going anywhere for a while – and neither are the issues left in its wake. For key industries like manufacturing, many have been left to wonder what can we do now? And what happens next?

What You’ll Learn About the Supply Chain and Manufacturing Status Quo

CPA and senior manager here at Rea, Andrew Geiser, is joining us to unpack some of the issues businesses in manufacturing are facing, and provide some insights into what comes next.

Listen to this episode of unsuitable to learn:

  • The past, present, and future of supply chain issues
  • Mitigating the effects of labor shortages
  • The importance of manufacturing

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Doug Houser | Podcast Host

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