SCEM stands for Supply Chain Event Management.

With this system, it should be possible to react more flexibly to critical exceptional events (supply chain events) that affect the supply chain. Rules are created and defined which contain instructions for special cases. In extreme situations, this allows you to react quickly and independently to the problem.

The most important goals of logistics, flexibility, delivery reliability and time and logistics costs are endangered by critical events. This can often have long-term negative effects. With the right SCEM measures, this risk can be minimized.