The Supply Chain Matters blog provides an updated news capsule follow-up relative to major supply chain management and industry developments that we have shared previously on this blog. Companies included in this capsule update are Pratt & Whitney, Flexport, and Volkswagen AG.
After ongoing labor contract renewal talks failed to reach an agreement by midnight, the United Auto Workers (UAW) labor union has now initiated targeted walkouts among select production facilities of Ford Motor, General Motors and Stellantis.
Apple conducted its annual new product line-up event and in addition to new product announcements, the lead up to the event has provided supply chain related news
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides our latest news capsule follow-up relative to updating readers to prior supply chain management developments that we have shared on this blog.
The August 30, 2023 edition of Supply Chain Matters This Week in Supply Chain Technology provides highlights of investments in Redwood Materials and ConverSight
The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group, via its affiliated Supply Chain Matters blog calls reader attention to two recently published research papers that address and highlight evidence of ongoing shifts in global supply component and end production sourcing.
Supply Chain Matters highlights two recent key executive departures that are occurring at EV automaker Tesla, and the backdrop of these developments.
Rivian Automotive’s recent report on quarterly financial performance provides evidence that this EV start-up is showing signs that the company has done its homework in supply chain and production operations industry basics.
Supply Chain Matters highlights added evidence derived from sampling of Q2 financial and operational reporting of key high tech industry suppliers reinforcing product demand cyclical shifts are still underway.
Global contract semiconductor chip producer TSMC announced this week plans for its first European based semiconductor facility as an extension of an evolving production regionalization strategy.
In conjunction with the company’s report of disappointing Q2-2023 financial performance, TSMC elected to push back the start of a planned $40 billion U.S. advanced chip fabrication complex in Arizona until 2025, a year later than previously planned.
Supply Chain Matters highlights reports of Q2-2023 financial performance from two major influential high tech suppliers indicating constrained end product demand levels and inventory overhang continue to impact supply networks.