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Component Shortages May Stifle EMS, OEM Growth

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UdyRegan
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Re: Staying Ahead of Allocation Issues
UdyRegan   9/26/2018 7:56:10 AM
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It is how the market works whereby prices will see a hike that could even be too steep when manufacturers fail to get sufficient supplies. This is inevitable as demand at times cannot be fulfilled. This episode usually does not last and that is a relief but at that very moment is when losses are at the peak. Manufacturers then would have to study the means and methods to take on to keep losses at a bare minimum.

Meredith L at EDX Electronics & Partstat
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Staying Ahead of Allocation Issues
Meredith L at EDX Electronics & Partstat   5/29/2018 10:52:08 AM
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In today's shortage climate, staying ahead of allocation and obsolescence issues is critical for meeting production and long-term service commitments. This is why we offer our BOM Monitoring Solution specifically for this type of situation. It's the only solution available that predicts allocation, monitors obsolescence, and confirms life cycle status. 



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