Category: Supply Chain Disruption

Toyota’s Response to the Auto Industry-Wide Semiconductor Chip Shortage

The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights a report in indicating how Toyota has modified its just-in-time processes to factor certain supply network risks including the ongoing semiconductor chip shortage.

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Boeing’s Corporate Culture, Engineering and Supply Network Challenges Permeate

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.

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Insightful Reads- COVID 19 Vaccine and Apple Supply Network Challenges

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides reference to three insightful reports addressing both the ongoing COViD-19 vaccine production ramp-up, as well as Apple’s successes in managing its China based outsourced supply network.

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Maersk’s Outstanding Financial Performance Has Implications for Shippers

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides a further example of how global transportation carriers have benefited from the significant surge in shipping volumes as well as more leveraged use of technology and business practices to meter capacity availability.

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Auto Industry Semiconductor Shortages- The Challenge of Supply Resiliency and Risk Mitigation

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides additional commentary related to the ongoing global shortage of semiconductor components utilized in automotive manufacturing.

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COVID Vaccine and Administration Planning- The Voice of Supply Chain Sounds So Good

The Supply Chain Matters blog reflects on last week’s White House COVID Response Task Force briefing televised nationally where the long awaited voice of the end-to-end supply chain made its presence.

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Transportation and Logistics Carriers Benefit in Profits at Expense of Shippers

The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights evidence of transportation and logistics carriers financially benefiting in profits and the expense of shippers.

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2021 Prediction: Escalating Global Transportation and Logistics Costs Require New Thinking

The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group, via the Supply Chain Matters blog, highlights a specific 2021 prediction for industry supply chains: Escalating Global-wide Transportation and Logistics Costs Require New Thinking.

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January 2021 Global Manufacturing Activity Reflects Added Headwinds

The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights January 2021 global manufacturing and supply chain activity level reporting to highlight current trending relative global product demand and supply network activity levels.

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