Supply Chain Matters highlights published findings from a recent survey conducted among U.S. based companies doing business within, or sourcing supply chain materials and production within China. The results are revealing and yet point out the delicate balance underway to de-risk supply network exposures in the country while maintaining an access to China’s markets.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) recently announced what is being termed as the EPIC Global Supply Chain Readiness Index.
Kearney Reshoring Index Study Sheds Light on Notable Shifts in Supply Sourcing Prior to COVID-19 Disruption
The Supply Chain Matters blog calls reader attention to a very timely report recently published by global sourcing consulting firm, Kearney (formerly A.T. Kearney). The report’s Executive Summary points a dramatic reversal of a previous five-year trend for the Reshoring Index, as domestic U.S. manufacturing in 2019 commanded a significantly greater share versus sourcing among the 14 Asian low-cost countries.
A Different Investment Environment Concerning China- Differentiating Market and Supply Chain Sourcing Strategies
If you have been keeping-up with business headlines over the […]