The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group announces availability of 2023 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains Research Advisory
Supply Chain Matters highlights two significant developments related to consumer electronics and smartphone provider Apple that occurred last week. One involves the in-house design of electronic displays and the other, a reduction in the total compensation of the company CEO.
The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group through its affiliate the Supply Chain Matters blog shares Part Two of annual 2023 predictions for industry and global supply chains research advisory.
Supply Chain Matters provides highlights and commentary relative to the European Union’s proposed import tax on carbon and its potential implications to global based supply chains.
The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group through its affiliate Supply Chain Matters blog unveils part one of a summarized overview of our annual prediction themes for industry and global supply chains for the year 2023 and beyond.
The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group through its affiliate the Supply Chain Matters blog unveils a summarized overview of our annual prediction themes for industry and global supply chains for the year 2023 and beyond.
Supply Chain Matters highlights added information regarding Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s (TSMC) expanded presence and investment in U.S. based semiconductor manufacturing.
The Supply Chain Matters blog updates readers on added developments which now indicate that consumer electronics icon Apple is accelerating actions to source the company’s hardware component and assembly production to other countries.
Supply Chain Matters highlights a report indicating that a well know global contract manufacturer is making equity plays in a U.S. based EV pick-up truck start-up.
Supply Chain Matters highlights published reports indicating that leading semiconductor fab and device manufacturer TSMC is eyeing a second fab production presence in the U.S.
The Supply Chain Matters blog updates readers with newer, and more concerning news concerning an ongoing production disruption occurring at Foxconn’s largest Apple iPhone production facility.
Supply Chain Matters highlights a series of fast-moving events that have involved Foxconn, a prime contract manufacturing service provider producing iPhones in China.