The way this company has navigated the pandemic points the way to a less China-centric future. For Flex, a Singapore-based manufacturer, the coronavirus pandemic posed the biggest challenge in their half a century's history. With over 21 factories based in China, lockdown measures in January of this year threatened their products ever reaching clients, which include the likes of Apple and Ford. Yet, by May, the company was still scratching its way to a narrow profit. David J. Lynch tells the remarkable story of how they managed it in The Washington Post.
From The Washington Post