Looking Back: A Retrospective of the 2011 Thailand Floods
The 2011 Thailand floods represented the second-highest insured loss for a flood event ever recorded, with losses totaling US$15 billion. Like many flood events, losses were driven by a combination of antecedent conditions, a heavy monsoon season, and a trigger event, Tropical Storm Nock-ten. Together these events caused flooding in 65 out of 76 provinces as well as impacted 1,300 industrial facilities and 13 million citizens, nearly 20 percent of the population. In this webinar, we’ll discuss key lessons learned from the event, how it impacted supply chain networks, and its impact on assessing future flood risk in the region.
Tues., August 24, 8:00 am PDT / 11:00 am EDT