Hydro One’s supply chain responds to the pandemic

As an essential business, the utility had to ensure its employees remained safe while maintaining inventory.

Hydro One is the primary electricity transmission and distribution utility provider serving the Canadian province of Ontario.

On March 17, the Province of Ontario declared a state-of-emergency shutdown to help contain the spread of the coronavirus and all non-essential businesses were required to close. Hydro One is an essential business, responsible for energizing life for customers and communities across Ontario.

Hydro One’s supply-chain team had already started monitoring the potential impact of COVID-19 in January. Early monitoring meant Hydro One could identify potential impacts and notify the lines of business affected by late-arriving products, make informed decisions about project impacts, and decide on how best to move forward.

Read how Hydro One and Inergi, a Capgemini company, managed the supply chain while keeping employees safe during COVID-19.

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