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My top insights from the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain conference

The Network Effect

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The Value of Optimized Container Management in Complex Automotive Supply Chains

DELMIA Quintiq

For the automotive industry in particular, the transportation of goods – small, large, custom-made – needs to run as smoothly as possible. The final assembly line sets the pace in automotive manufacturing. Find out how you can optimize your automotive logistics strategies here. The result?


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Roadmap to Resilience: Adapting Automotive Supply Chains in a Changing World


Impact on the Global Automotive Industry The recent actions taken by the Biden administration to restrict the sale of semiconductor technology to China and impose limitations on U.S. This could lead to renewed investments in research and development of semiconductor technologies tailored to the unique needs of the automotive sector.

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Coronavirus and the Automotive and Pharmaceutical Supply Chains

Logistics Viewpoints

The post Coronavirus and the Automotive and Pharmaceutical Supply Chains appeared first on Logistics Viewpoints. As my colleague Steve Banker pointed out yesterday, the global high-tech supply chain has been hit particularly hard. But other industries are feeling the impact as well.

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How a Fortune 500 Company Transformed its Supply Chain Using a Digital Twin-Enabled Control Tower

Supply chain plays a crucial role for this Fortune 500 automotive manufacturer. How TadaNow’s Supply Chain Control Tower helped this automotive manufacturer move from reactive to proactive planning and risk management. This case study covers: Customer challenges. Key capabilities. Customer benefits.

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Around the curve: 2020 automotive industry predictions


by Manda Schweitzer-Miller With the pace of change in the automotive industry as of late, making any predictions seems a bold move. In order to maintain relevant, or gain relevancy, with that share of the market, automotive leaders will continue to invest and innovate in electric vehicles. billion connected devices by 2025.

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Challenges Facing Global Automotive Supply Chains

Supply Chain Brain

The automotive supply chain is a primary example of an industry severely impacted by instability and disruption.

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Digital Transformation: Why You Can’t Afford to Wait

Even global manufacturers –– companies across industrial, automotive, chemical, and energy industries –– are scrambling to mitigate the impacts of labor, material and energy shortages, delays, inflation, and unexpected events. It’s not just small and medium-size businesses that are caught off guard.

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How Data Analytics Can Solve the Challenges Faced by SC Leaders in Discrete Manufacturing

From consumer electronics to automotive manufacturing, most of the global economy’s largest industries rely on some form of discrete manufacturing. Manufacturers in these industries face several unique challenges: Labor and material shortages halting production. Congested seaports stalling transportation of much needed materials and goods.