The Supply Chain Matters blog updates readers and stakeholders aligned with commercial aircraft demand and supply networks on the latest developments and perceptions related to Airbus and Boeing.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights two recent developments involving Tesla’s relationship with a major battery supplier, and a recall of vehicles produced in China. This coupled with other recent developments point to visible demand, supply and product design fissures.
The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Production Mix-up- The Message of Stepped-Up Quality Monitoring and Controls
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides commentary on last week’s revelation of a COVID-19 vaccine production facility’s snafu in producing the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The commentary addresses what mitigation actions the industry needs to undertake to insure the quality needs of COVID-19 vaccines produced at such volumes.
The Supply Chain Matters blog feature’s part two in a series exploring the rather significant amount of food waste that occurs across global regions and how technology deployment can contribute significantly to mitigation needs.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides another update regarding the discordant number of events affecting commercial aircraft manufacturer Boeing much of which stems from the aerospace company’s troubled corporate culture. The difference is that now industry watchers are voicing overt concerns.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights a reported $2.5 billion criminal investigation settlement involving Boeing and the U.S. Justice Department in connection with the Boeing 737 MAX’s two deadly crashes.
The Supply Chain Matters blog updates the global supply chain management community on yesterday’s decision by Boeing to temporarily suspend monthly production of the 737 MAX aircraft, along with the implications of that decision on the aircraft’s supplier network, on the global manufacturing economy and on the industry as a whole.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides a May 15 2019 update along with industry supply chain and product management perspectives relative to the ongoing global-wide grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
A published report by the New York Times this weekend indicates that the Boeing 737 MAX is not the only aircraft with program management challenges. The report may well add additional challenges to Boeing’s ongoing crisis of aircraft program management.
Supply Chain Matters Additional Perspectives Relative to the Boeing 737 MAX Global Aircraft Grounding Crisis
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides another update on the rapidly evolving global developments involving the worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft after two aircraft tragedies. In this update we explore two significant and ever-changing narratives that will prove to be crucial for moving past this crisis.
The Supply Chain Matters blog updates readers on Tesla’s production and supply chain management ramp-up challenges, new tell-all reports and a report of a building criminal probe related to Model 3 product ramp-up statements that are casting a much more concentrated eye on the electric auto maker’s operations.
Walmart has declared yet another supply network technology mandate and the open question is whether prior learning, technology maturity and needs for industry buy-in have provided necessary learning. In this industry analyst editorial commentary, Supply Chain Matters explores the purpose, actions, industry governance and technology considerations that involve such mandates.