The Changing Face of Manufacturing: How US Manufacturers are Looking Homeward


With the rise in global crude oil production and relative political stability in the major oil producing nations, particularly Iraq and Libya, the price of crude oil has fallen from above $100 a barrel to around $50 a barrel in just a year. However, industries that depend on natural gas, such as metal and chemical manufacturers, will have more to gain by reshoring than continuing to stay where they are.

Reflections, Thank-you(s) and Rethinking the Future

Supply Chain Shaman

After I spoke, the head of CLX legal council smiled and handed me a publication, Distillations , (It is a very well-written publication by the Chemical Foundation. While we all need to thank-you for helping us to remain free and safe within our borders, for the supply chain leader, it is great to see that something good came out of the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan. Last week I spoke at the CLX Logistics Conference in Philadelphia on the future of Supply Chain Management.

How the Coronavirus is underscoring the relevance of Global Supply Chain throughput: From the Frontlines of Yokohama, Milan, and Southern Florida


In fact, I spent an extra year in college at the University of Pennsylvania just to get the exposure of real biotechnology research, after I wrapped up my Chemical Biomolecular Engineering degree with a minor in Pharmaceutics & Biotechnology, exactly for infections like the coronavirus. Perhaps nothing is more on the top of people’s minds these days than the coronavirus.