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 Supply Chain Matters blog provides highlights of Tesla’s blowout Q1-2021 operational performance along with some ongoing challenges in the coming quarters.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights Tesla’s 2020 financial and supply chain noteworthy results.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights electric auto maker Tesla’s final 2020 quarterly and full year operational performance.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights last week’s revelation from Tesla Founder and CEO Elon Musk that the electric automaker was within a week of declaring bankruptcy during the 2018-2019 production ramp-up of the Model 3 sedan.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights reports that two cities are likely on the short list for siting this new facility, one being Austin Texas and the other, Tulsa Oklahoma, and each seems to be in a bidding contest to be selected.
The Supply Chain Matters blog reflects on Tesla Motors recently quarterly operations performance and the potential conflict relative to meeting shareholder expectations and social responsibility practices.
Concerning news regarding executive turnover at Tesla along with building concerns focused on CEO Elon Musk has led to yet another executive re-structuring. However, Supply Chain Matters has some optimism regarding production and supply chain leadership changes.
Electric powered automaker Tesla completed Q2-2018 achieving its critical milestone of producing over 5000 Model 3 vehicles in one week. However, from our Supply Chain Matters lens, the achievement was hollow, and not reflective of a sustained production cadence under predictive cost controls.
Tesla has issued its Q1-2018 Vehicle Production and Deliveries report which contains some good news as well as tempered news for Model 3 sedan.
As readers approach the celebration of 2018 as a new year, Supply Chain Matters shares thoughts related new thinking and concepts related to Digitally-Enabled Customer Response Networks.
The Wall Street Journal, citing sources familiar to discussions, is today reporting that electric car manufacturer Tesla has reached an agreement to set up an owned manufacturing facility within China.