Ships Sit Anchored as Bottlenecks Disrupt Business Supply Chains
A trade bottleneck born of the COVID-19 outbreak has U.S. businesses anxiously awaiting goods from Asia— while off the coast of California, dozens of container ships sit anchored, unable to unload their cargo.
Joyce M. Rosenberg | Industrial Equipment News #supplychain
Iron Castings - Feb 17, 2021
Waupaca Foundry keeps its attention on customer support, employee safety
Proving their mettle: Good suppliers stay the course during challenging times in the same way certain friends can be counted on when the going gets tough. Good suppliers stay the course during challenging times in the same way certain friends can be counted on when the going gets tough. There have been a lot of mettle-testing opportunities at every step in the supply chain over the past year.
Chad Elmore | Diesel Progress #iron-casting #safety #supplychain
Global MFG - Jan 24, 2021
Suppliers Struggle To Keep Up With Manufacturing Snap Back
With the U.S. economy recovering faster than usual, U.S. suppliers are struggling to keep up, a report from Fox Business says. Supply disruptions and higher material costs for items in high demand are causing a build-up of problems, the report says.
PYMNTS | pymnts.com #economy #supplychain
Global MFG - Nov 25, 2020
Five Key Factors in Planning for a Post-COVID 'Normal'
Today, more than ever, business transformation is top of mind for most supply chain executives. The pandemic, which injected unprecedented levels of uncertainty into the sector, has forced manufacturing leaders to rethink their approach to just about everything.
Edwin Bosso | Industrial Equipment News #economy #manufacturing #supplychain