More Blogs from Peter Buxbaum
Electronics companies considering bringing operations back to the US should consider the total costs of overseas operations, including duties, freight, and longer lead times, not just wages and per-piece prices.
A new class of products is emerging to aid in supply chain management that applies predictive analytics to help forecast shortages; overstock of electronic components; and optimize manufacturing, sourcing, and logistics processes.
A recent court ruling shows that companies stalling on conflict minerals compliance have to get moving.
The idea behind the anticounterfeiting certification program is that manufacturers and distributors can promote their products and services as adhering to a recognized program to combat counterfeiting.
Cutting systemic lead time out of the electronics supply chain can drastically reduce inventories.
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