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 today’s breaking news that the United States and the European Union have agreed to suspend a 17-year trade dispute regarding government subsidies to commercial aircraft manufacturers Airbus and Boeing.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides an updated capsule of noteworthy updates to prior global supply chain news developments that we have previously highlighted for our readers. In this update, we update developments related to the distribution of the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, and in Airbus efforts to renew monthly manufacturing volumes.
The Supply Chain Matters blog features our annual listing of our most read blog commentaries that were created and published during the year 2020. In this Part Two posting, we highlight in descending order from Number 14 to Number 1 ranked blog content.
The Supply Chain Matters blog updates readers on rapidly changing industry developments related to high-tech and semiconductor, commercial aerospace product demand and supply networks, along with escalating trade tensions among the United States and China and added parcel rate hikes from UPS and FedEx involving online customer shipments.
Commercial Aerospace Industry’s New Reality for Product Demand and Supply Networks is Suddenly Upended.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides an editorial update regarding our ongoing coverage of commercial aerospace customer demand and supply networks, and specifically the impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus on this industry’s supply chains in 2020 and beyond. This industry has been suddenly upended with the implications likely to be felt for many more months to come.
In this Supply Chain Matters blog commentary, we highlight this week’s Dubai Air Show industry event, along with contrasting both similarities and differences that have occurred over a short two years concerning commercial aircraft demand, along with their implications for the industry’s respective supply networks.
Highlights of Airbus and Boeing Full Year 2018 Financial and Individual Supply Networks Operational Performance
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights 2018 full year financial and operational performance results from Airbus and Boeing. It is becoming ever clearer for both commercial aircraft aerospace manufacturers that individual supply network performance remains crucial in 2019 and beyond and will be the determinant of long-term goal attainment for investors, suppliers and customers.
Supply Chain Matters focuses on commercial aerospace industry supply networks ever-growing and more challenging scale-up needs and more evidence of OEM and major supplier self-induced management strategies that introduce more weighting on short-term financial return needs defeat the ability for the industry’s overall ecosystems to scale to fulfill multiyear order backlogs.
A report indicates that Airbus’s Commercial Aircraft business came very close to meeting its target for commercial aircraft deliveries in 2018.
The Supply Chain Matters blog continues to highlight current signpost examples in the deployment of artificial intelligence, predictive analytics, and other advanced technologies in the evolution toward supply chain digital transformative process capabilities.
Both Airbus and Boeing have reported on operational performance and exited the September 2018 quarter showing signs of supply chain recovery, but Airbus continues to deal with the most significant challenge.