In this special edition of Supply Chain Matters This Week in Supply Chain Tech we highlight two significant developments involving supply chain management focused technology involving providers Shopify and Panasonic Corporation.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights this week’s announcement from athletic footwear designer and manufacturer New Balance of the grand opening of this company’s fifth production facility in North America
The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group shares specific predictions related to supply chain technology adoption trends in 2022
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights candid remarks from the CEO of Airbus on tackling the challenges of renewed production and aircraft delivery plans. We share added perceptions on the need for rethinking and new directions that are implied. for the industry’s product demand and supply networks.
In this Supply Chain Matters commentary we focus on the Hannover Messe technology conference and the presence of two rivals with differing messaging and go-to-market strategies.
The Supply Chain Matters blog updates readers on recent statements from Foxconn Technology’s Chairman regarding the role of the Wisconsin manufacturing complex
The Supply Chain Matters blogs provides a guest blog contribution from Richard Lebovitz describing how new Lean thinking, artificial intelligence and connected factory management will lead the new age of manufacturing.
What to Expect in the New Normal- Fostering More Connected Manufacturing and Supply Network Synchronization
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides added depth to a 2021 prediction for multi-industry supply chains: The need for fostering more connected manufacturing and supply network synchronization.
The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group, via the Supply Chain Matters blog, highlights a specific 2021 prediction for industry supply chains: Fostering Connected Manufacturing and Supply Chain Operational Synchronization.
Supply chain management technology industry analyst Bob Ferrari addresses the digital transformation of capacity planning management in either process or discrete manufacturing settings, in the context of new definitions, thinking and direction.
n this Supply Chain Matters blog, we provide added highlights of one contract manufacturer’s effort, that being Jabil, to respond and support the added domestic production of medical personal protective equipment (PPE) needs within the United States.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides and updated industry-focused commentary focused on the commercial aircraft industry business, aircraft demand and supply chain challenges. One manufacturer has stood out for its customer collaboration and more agile supply chain capabilities.