New, used, reconditioned and obsolete industrial automation spares is just one way the circular economy can help manufacturers mitigate supply chain woes.
The world’s third-largest maker of semiconductor wafers, Taiwan’s GlobalWafers, has announced plans to build a US$5bn factory in the US, but only if the US government helps pay for it.
Industry 4.0 technology has made smart factories a prominent target for cyberattacks, according to a new report from multinational consulting company, Capgemini.
DHL Supply Chain acquires Australian freight giant; Labour strikes hit German ports & UK rail networks; US East Coast eases West Coast container congestion.
Asia will hold the key for many organisations looking to navigate through ongoing supply disruption, climate emergencies and geopolitical uncertainty, says McKinsey.
US supply chains in fashion, electronics and alternative energy sectors face disruption as US law on forced Uyghur labour in China comes into force.
McDonald’s Chief Global Supply Chain Officer Francesca DeBiase is one of the few Fortune 500 execs to oversee both supply and sustainability operations.
The American-British global provider of financial market data and infrastructure, Refinitiv, has published a paper on how 3rd party is a key to survival.
Speaking at Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE: The Risk & Resilience Conference UST’s Jonathan Colehower explores the rise of ‘private trading networks’.
Logistics companies, including DHL Global Forwarding, says US orders with manufacturers in China are down by as much as 30%, as consumers shift spending from goods to services.
Former Microsoft head of Supply Chain David Warrick speaks of his move to Overhaul, and of the hurdles that can make digital transformation such a struggle.