Have thoughts on supply chain in Maryland? Share your experience

Together with Regional Economic Studies Institute (RESI) of Towson University, the Maryland Department of Commerce is conducting a study examining the current state of the supply chain and logistics in Maryland.

Researchers want to hear from individuals with knowledge of the supply chain. Candidates for the study should work for businesses that meet one of the following criteria:

—Are directly impacted by supply chain disruption

—Import materials for assembly in Maryland

—Export products internationally.

Valuable input from business leaders can help increase efficiencies and assist decision makers in developing policies that address challenges within the supply chain.

The virtual interview is expected to take approximately 90 minutes. Anyone interested in participating can complete the informed consent form online and provide availability.

Sign up online to participate at https://towson.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6gpcT3HjFeuwMQe

Direct any questions to RESI researchers Shelby Francis at [email protected] or Amber Taylor at [email protected] or to Maryland Department of Commerce Research Analysts Alexander Hamman at [email protected] or Ellen Bast at [email protected].