B Thiagarajan, MD at Blue Star does not see any kind of supply chain disruption problems till March 2022.“Till March 2022, I am not seeing any problem. But if the third wave of COVID is going to be a severe one, one can very well visualise some more supply chain disruptions happening across the globe,” he said.According to him, consumers have not yet started reacting to the new variant of COVID, Omicron.Also Read: Explained: What does Omicron variant mean for fully vaccinated“The good news is that there is no change in the energy level for December 31, 2021. Therefore, production is at full swing for Q4FY22 and the build-up to the summer season,” he said.He continues to be optimistic.While discussing how the demand is panning out for consumer products post the festival season, he said, “Demand was good during the festival season. Immediately after Diwali, there is always a lull. November is going on almost same as the pre-pandemic level. The next burst will be the Christmas, New Year week.”Also Read: Unfamiliar but mild symptoms: South African doctor shares her observation on Omicron COVID variant“From the air-conditioners point of view, we have to wait for the summer build-up for us or for the industry – February and March will be the huge months,” he added.For the full interview, watch the accompanying video.