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Supply Chain Strategy Changes Ahead for the High-Tech Aftermarket

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Susan Fourtané
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Susan Fourtané   10/13/2013 8:07:21 AM
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Flyingscot, 

I'm afraid that's the case. 

-Susan

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did not know that
FLYINGSCOT   10/12/2013 1:33:43 PM
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Do you really think there is big growth in the number of after market repair facilities for "throw away" gadgets.  I have always struggled to find decent repair facilities in Europe for phones and tablets and had come to the conclusion that we are now living in a break and dump community.  I truly hope this is not the case though.



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