The pandemic crisis revealed the fragility of the modern manufacturing supply chain. First there was supply shock, followed by demand shock. Finding basic materials and products was sometimes impossible, revealing an urgent need to design smarter, stronger, and more diverse supply chains. Many businesses have experienced first-hand the hidden costs of single-source dependencies and poor flexibility in adapting to real-time shock. Change has already begun, but supply chain management and infrastructure is still in need of a broad overhaul.