Jan 25, 2023 0 |
Supply Chain Matters commentary focuses on last week’s annual gathering of the World Economic Forum held in Davos. We contrast the various takeaway messages from this gathering, especially as it relates to industry supply chain efforts in the coming year.
Sep 9, 2022 0 |
Supply Chain Matters includes added updates related to ongoing production disruptions amid population lockdowns across China, increasing concerns related to European supply chains, and added signs for a product demand slowdown within segments of the semiconductor industry.
Aug 11, 2022 0 |
The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group shares Part Three of a mid-year assessment of 2022 predictions for industry supply chains previously published at the beginning of 2022
Aug 4, 2022 0 |
Jun 17, 2022 0 |
This sidebar Supply Chain Matters commentary provides added indicators of both CEO sentiments and specific action taken by one global company in addressing building concerns for an economic downturn and added risk mitigation measures
Jun 1, 2022 0 |
Supply Chain Matters highlights this week’s report by the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission regarding the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the U.S. international ocean supply chain, negating possible collusion among ocean container shipping lines
Apr 6, 2022 0 |
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights March and Q1-2022 global manufacturing and supply chain indices, with the data indicating added headwinds and challenges in the months to come.
Mar 22, 2022 0 |
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights the latest OECD global economic forecast in the light of the ongoing Ukraine conflict and provides additional industry supply chain implications.
Mar 17, 2022 0 |
In this Supply Chain Matters blog commentary, we highlight both private industry and governmental efforts to address the need for basic supply chain execution information exchange and provide our perspectives as to what specific tenets are actually needed.
Mar 3, 2022 0 |
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides an editorial perspective on political actions that occurred this week, specifically the State of the Union Address the release of a new U.S. Trade Policy agenda, and where government and global supply chain policies can either collide or align.
Dec 30, 2021 0 |
The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group shares a supply chain prediction that restoring more direct control of direct material sourcing will be a driving force in 2022.
Dec 10, 2021 0 |
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights a ramification of this year’s unprecedented U.S. port delays, the initial passage of U.S. legislation addressing needed reforms in ocean shipping practices and commerce.