It’s happening everywhere…
A report from Resilinc, a top supply chain risk consulting firm, has revealed that 2021 was a record year for fire damages at manufacturing facilities—the highest ever recorded.
Most of the supply chain disruptions occurred in North America, with significant disruptions occurring outside the U.S. and Canada as well…
We have long said that these incidents have been happening far too much to be a coincidence.
The recent report from Resilinc pretty much confirms our suspicion: there is a pattern here. This isn’t normal, nor is it random, it is widespread and chronic…
It’s also far more broad-ranging than we initially thought. These fires aren’t just destroying food processing plants, they seem to be occurring at manufacturing plants in general, across industries.
Pundits, policymakers, and concerned citizens alike are all asking:
Why are so many food manufacturing and processing plants catching fire?
Why did thousand of cattle all die in a heat wave? Usually just the old, sick, or weak die in stressful conditions, not the whole herd.
Food security is national security.
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) June 29, 2022
In October 2020 a fire broke out at a semiconductor manufacturing plant in Japan.
Production lines were down for 6 months.
Industries – from the hi-tech to auto plants – were scrambling.
The price of some chips went from $5 to $110 in a matter of days. pic.twitter.com/f1L5UIoLOC
— Linda Brown (@lindabrown7777) July 5, 2022
The Load Star provided this data from the Resilinc report:
The exclusive data, compiled from Resilinc’s EventWatch monitoring database reveals that supply chain disruptions were up 88% year-over-year, with 90% of disruptive events being human-caused.
2021 saw the most factory fires ever recorded in a single year. Resilinc sent out 1,946 Factory Fire alerts, an increase of 129% year-over-year.
Manufacturing Plants Continue to Burn Down in Mysterious Fires https://t.co/La7b83rCYJ
— Joanne McClelland (@jomcc2011) July 6, 2022
Manufacturing Plants Aren’t Just Mysteriously Getting Burned Down In The United States, It’s Happening Around The World… The string of fires that continue to damage manufacturing plants across the USA appears to be a deliberate effort to sabotage food processing operations.
— RJR Martinez (@RJMartinezOyola) July 5, 2022
The Gateway Pundit mentioned:
North America experienced the 5,417 supply chain disruptions, more than any other developed nation, followed by Europe which saw 2,838 and Asia, 2,128.