Month: November 2018

More Data Related to the Ongoing 2018 Holiday Customer Fulfillment Surge

Since our last Supply Chain Matters blog update penned on the morning of Cyber Monday, more trending information has been reported regarding the first significant week of the 2018 holiday surge period.

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The Brinkmanship of Brexit Presents Added Industry Supply and Demand Network Decision Needs

The Supply Chain Matters blog updates readers on the latest state of affairs relative Brexit, the planned exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union.

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General Motors Announces Acceleration of Global Restructuring- Includes Multiple Plant Closures and Worker Layoffs

North America based automotive designer and manufacturer General Motors today announced a major acceleration of restructuring of its global business, indicating that it will shut production at five North America based facilities and slash its salaried workforce by 15 percent, including a quarter of the company’s executives. Today’s announcement points to a broader overall plan of global transformation that will focus more on providing forms of autonomous and shared-ride transportation vs. a predominance of personal vehicle sales. CEO Mary Barra told reporters, in-part: “This industry is changing very rapidly when you look at all of the transformative technology —...

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