Supply Chain Matters This Week in Supply Chain Tech highlights yet another Cloud based B2B supply chain control layer platform announcement, this time from Amazon’s AWS Cloud computing division. This latest announcement adds to larger enterprise and specialty Cloud based tech players now specifically targeting overcoming end-to-end supply chain decision-making challenges.
The Supply Chain Matters blog reflects on U.S. retailer Walmart’s latest quarterly performance and declared supplier relationship strategies, and challenges the industry as to whether pre-pandemic behavior has again come to the forefront.
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 features a review of the book: Profit From The Source, Transforming Your Business by Putting Suppliers at the Core, Transforming Your Business by Putting Suppliers at the Core.
Supply Chain Matters provides another update on ongoing strategic sourcing and operational developments occurring among electric vehicle focused supply and production networks. Included in this update are Tesla, Rivian Automotive and Mercedes Vans, along with recycling technology start-up efforts.
Supply Chain Matters Founder Bob Ferrari alerts readers to an upcoming podcast episode on the timely topic of instilling supply network resilience featuring a senior executive of one of the globe’s premier contract manufacturers.
Supply Chain Matters highlights a published report indicating that Honda Motor and LG Energy plan to jointly invest in a U.S. based battery production facility.
Supply Chain Matters highlights this week report of quarterly financial performance by General Motors and especially an announcement of locking in strategic EV vehicle supply over the next three years.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights report indicating that Airbus once again assumed industry leadership in 2021 commercial aircraft customer delivery
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights strategic supply announcements from two U.S. auto makers, Ford Motor and General Motors, for supply of semiconductor devices.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights a report indicating that Apple is facing the need to cut its planned 2021 production targets for the newly released iPhone13 because of semiconductor chip shortages.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights an announcement by contract manufacturing services provider Foxconn in acquiring a semiconductor fab facility in Taiwan that can produce automotive industry focused devices. We address the significance and the added perspectives.