supply chain risk

25 Jun 2019 No Comments

Tariffs in the Electronics Manufacturing Industry: What Is the Upside?

There are few things capable of driving production quite like deadlines. It is easy to maintain the status quo when the idea of waiting until tomorrow is a somewhat justifiable […]
4 Jun 2019 No Comments

Tariffs Are Redefining the Electronic Component Supply Chain — Here’s How

Last July, the U.S. imposed $34 billion in tariffs on Chinese imports, with an additional 25 percent tariffs on $16 billion of goods to be implemented after a public comment […]
21 Mar 2019 No Comments

Consumers: The Forgotten Factor of the Electronic Component Shortage

When analyzing the current electronic component shortage, it’s easy to narrow the discussion based in terms of dollars and cents, profits lost versus profits gained, industry growth versus stagnation, etc. […]
3 Aug 2018 No Comments

Where Last Time Buys Fit into the Aerospace Industry

There are some aerospace products that will never be considered obsolete. Many of the largest component manufacturers in the industry have been supplying nuts and bolts to aircraft specifications for […]
28 Jun 2018 No Comments

The Aerospace Supply Chain in 10 Years

There’s an interesting paradox that can be attributed to the aerospace industry: despite being responsible for some most advanced military and consumer-based technology the world has ever seen, the supply […]
5 Jun 2018 No Comments

Risk Mitigation in the Global Supply Chain

Made in America. Made in Japan. Made in China. These are the phrases every one of us has become accustomed to seeing stamped on the bottom of our consumer products, […]