Manufacturing Pulse Report 2016

Supply Chain Movement

The manufacturing sector is in the midst of a period of great change. JDA’s Manufacturing Pulse report examining consumer industries has revealed that in the last 12 months, more than two-fifths (42%) of European adults have bought goods directly from a manufacturer. Italy.

Who said supply chains are boring?: The supply chain of marble

Supply Chains Rock

As per my last post I took holiday in Tuscany, Italy. While I certainly took the chance to visit the vineyards I also squeezed in a side trip to Carrara, Italy , which as anyone in the area will tell you is world famous for its marble. You cant get a better example of an end to end supply chain, as there are really limited manufacturing costs. Manufacturing Central. Who said supply chains are boring?

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How Microsoft & ThroughPut are helping Global Manufacturers increase Output during the COVID-19 Pandemic, and how every Operations Professional can help

ThroughPut

Automotive manufacturers are remobilizing to produce ventilators. Our constraint is not our ability to help global manufacturing at scale, but to help global manufacturing in time. It’s on manufacturers now to not let humanity down on its critical needs.

Doing Business in Switzerland

QAD

Switzerland is east of France and north of Italy, also bordered by Austria, Liechtenstein and Germany. Manufacturing in Switzerland. Switzerland has a highly developed manufacturing industry specializing in high-tech and knowledge-based production. Hong Kong and Italy.

Who said supply chains are boring?: Vintage IBM Logistics

Supply Chains Rock

A few years ago I came across some vintage photos of IBM shipping hardware in Italy , including on a gondola in Venice. Manufacturing Central. Who said supply chains are boring? Whenever I tell a friend, colleague or family member about my job as soon as the words "supply chain" are muttered I immediately see glassy eyes followed by a yawn or two. Little do they realize that every time they discard or recycle a carton of milk they are completing the end of the supply chain cycle.

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Doing Business in Germany

QAD

Manufacturing in Germany. Typical manufacturing products made in Germany include machinery, vehicles, machine tools, electronics, food and beverages, textiles and shipbuilding. The manufacturing sector invested 53.4 Supply Chain Infrastructure for Manufacturing.

Doing Business in Spain

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Manufacturing in Spain. Spain manufactures textiles and apparel, footwear, food and beverages, metals, chemicals, automobiles, machine tools, medical equipment, footwear, pharmaceuticals, clay and refractory products. Supply Chain Infrastructure for Manufacturing.

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Doing Business in the Czech Republic

QAD

Manufacturing in the Czech Republic. The Czech Republic’s single largest industry is automobile manufacturing, most of which is exported. Manufacturing accounts for 36.9% Supply Chain Infrastructure for Manufacturing. Austria and Italy.

Doing Business in Poland

QAD

Manufacturing in Poland. Poland’s manufacturing centers around machinery, iron and steel, coal mining, chemicals, shipbuilding, food processing, glass, beverages and textiles. Supply Chain Infrastructure for Manufacturing. France, Italy and the Netherlands.

Doing Business in the Netherlands

QAD

Manufacturing in the Netherlands. Typical manufacturing products from the Netherlands include food processing, chemicals, oil and petroleum refining, construction, electrical machinery and metal processing and fabrication. Supply Chain Infrastructure for Manufacturing.

[PROFILE] Anna Accorsi '14 - Parker CMC Networking

The UCLA Anderson Global Supply Chain Blog

Hometown:  Correggio, Italy.  During my internship, I looked at different ways in which a client's machine manufacturing division could reduce costs. Parker CMC Networking. About UCLA Parker CMC.

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The Industrial Impact of the COVID-19 Crisis

Logistics Bureau

When leading economists start talking about a drop in manufacturing comparable to the start of the 2007-2008 global financial crisis, you can be sure that the world’s leading industries are in for a torrid few months.

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Coronavirus communication

Supply Chain Movement

Meanwhile, a European supply chain director at an ingredients company mentioned that he had been called by almost all food manufacturing customers individually to ask whether his company could still produce and supply in Europe for now.

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Coronavirus COVID-19 Supply Chain Update

Transplace

Carmakers and electronic manufacturers in South Korea and Japan are reporting production line shutdowns. Over 100 countries have now reported cases and as of Monday, March 9, Italy has locked down the entire country. Coronavirus COVID-19 Supply Chain Update.

2018 CPhI worldwide at Madrid

The Supply Chainer Report

CPhI is an international brand where UBM ( PharmExec , LCGC ) organizes the largest Pharmaceutical performances in terms of manufacturers’ number and companies involved. Clever idea to call your attention from pharmaclean (Italy). . About CPhI.

How Microsoft & ThroughPut are helping Global Manufacturers increase Output during the COVID-19 Pandemic, and how every Operations Professional can help

ThroughPut

Automotive manufacturers are remobilizing to produce ventilators. Our constraint is not our ability to help global manufacturing at scale, but to help global manufacturing in time. It’s on manufacturers now to not let humanity down on it’s critical needs.

Doing Business in Belgium

QAD

Manufacturing in Belgium. Typical manufacturing products made in Belgium include engineering and metal products, automobile assemblies, transportation equipment, scientific and precision instruments, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, textiles, glass, petroleum and food and beverages.

Shortages in Medical Supplies Linked to Imports

Logistics Trends and Insights

Another idea is perhaps to identify ‘critical’ manufacturing, such as medical supplies and equipment and provide incentives to produce more within the U.S. import countries were: Italy, Canada, Mexico, Pakistan, and India.

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Prologis breaks ground on nearly 7 million-sq-ft of logistics space in second half of 2018

EFT

Manufacturing (Regional). Manufacturing (Regional). Bologna, Italy. Bologna, Italy. Manufacturing (International). Manufacturing (Regional). Bologna, Italy. Manufacturing (International). Manufacturing (International). Pozzuolo, Italy.

How 2011 Prepared Us for Today

ivalua

And sellers in the Japanese market, such as Australian mining companies, had to find new customers to replace those Japanese manufacturers who were forced to halt production due to the quake. The Japanese Earthquake of 2011 and resulting tsunami are not exactly top of mind these days.

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Energy efficiency: Are fossil fuels or renewables the more reliable source?

USC Consulting Group

points out of a possible 100, was Italy, followed by France (73.5), the U.K. (73), Manufacturing Oil & Gas Supply Chain Utilities Carbon Footprint Efficiency Electricity Sources Fossil Fuels Natural Resources Pollution Control Renewable Energy Renewable Resources

Mindmap for the Fashion & Luxury Goods Market

Supply Chain Movement

Italy. In this fast-paced world, where there is also increasing pressure to reduce the carbon footprint, global fashion and luxury goods manufacturers have to redesign their go-to-market strategy to meet demand in a cost-efficient and sustainable way: Plan.

Warby Parker vs Luxottica: Supply Chain Disintermediation in the Eyewear Industry

The UCLA Anderson Global Supply Chain Blog

Based in Italy, Luxottica has a monopoly-like position in the global eyewear industry. Luxottica recently strengthened its position in the industry by vertically integrating with the world’s largest lenses manufacturer, Essilor, in January 2017 [2].

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Warby Parker vs Luxottica: Supply Chain Disintermediation in the Eyewear Industry

The UCLA Anderson Global Supply Chain Blog

Based in Italy, Luxottica has a monopoly-like position in the global eyewear industry. Luxottica recently strengthened its position in the industry by vertically integrating with the world’s largest lenses manufacturer, Essilor, in January 2017 [2].

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Work from Home in a Coronavirus World!

Supply Chain Game Changer

For instance, Italy has placed over 16 million people on lockdown. They are preventing travel in and out of northern Italy. manufacturing in China) which can’t be done while factories are closed, flights are grounded, ships are docked, schools are closed and facilities are shut.

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Roberto Crippa: “If you try to manage new business with old rules you fail”

Supply Chain Movement

Until June of this year, Tecniplast, an Italian manufacturer of laboratory equipment and specialised plastics, did not have a formal supply chain. One is the customised manufacturing of high quality design plastic objects such as tables and chairs.

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Case Arena: Optimizing a Complex, Global Supply Chain

RELEX Solutions

From Tolentino in Italy’s Marche region, Arena designs, commissions and wholesales waterwear, sports apparel and equipment around the globe. It outsources manufacturing to Europe and the Far East. Manufacturing Case Study arena-en

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3 Uses of IoT Tech Spurring Sustainability in Supply Chains

Cerasis

In the shipping and manufacturing industries, that same “worldwide web” is now being deployed to encourage more energy-efficient operational and communication strategies for a low-carbon economy, thanks to IoT Tech.

Overcoming complex logistics in building better cities

DELMIA Quintiq

Whether it is shipping pipes to Egypt for irrigation projects or support trusses to build bridges in Italy, the logistics puzzles of the materials industry are varied and complex. Building materials manufacturers who are not optimizing their planning abilities will be unprepared to cope with the demand increases that the cities of tomorrow will create. We talked about production planning in building better cities , but what about logistics?

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BluJay Acquires Italian Customs Solution Provider, ERA System

BluJay Solutions

Based in Genoa, Italy, ERA System has been delivering innovative customs solutions for six years. Our advanced solutions are built on a modern architecture and are being used by over 250 customers throughout Italy. BluJay Solutions delivers supply chain software and services to the world’s most progressive retailers, distributors, freight forwarders, manufacturers, and logistics service providers.

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Back to basics: Adapting to a dynamic steel industry

DELMIA Quintiq

In this highly volatile market, it’s key that steel manufacturers focus on improving cost effectiveness and operational efficiency. ABS, Italy’s top specialty steel producer faced similar challenges.

China’s Silk Road Initiative to Benefit from Trade War

Logistics Trends and Insights

Examples include Chinese state-owned Cosco investing in port operations in Spain, Greece, Italy and Belgium. Meanwhile US-based Tesla plans to build a facility in Shanghai, its first factory outside the US and would double the size of the electric car maker’s global manufacturing.

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Supplier Management and Sourcing in the Fashion Industry – Under the Spotlight

Jaggaer

Digital transformation is delivering benefits to many of the world’s leading fashion companies, especially in Italy, where roughly half of the leading fashion concerns have implemented JAGGAER solutions.

European supply chain heavily disrupted but continuing to add orders and prepares for demand to return

EFT

European manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers are experiencing significant disruption as a result of COVID-19, with 78% seeing a negative effect from the pandemic and the governmental response. Lack of demand visibility scored the highest among manufacturers of consumer goods, with 70%.

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European supply chain heavily disrupted but continuing to add orders and prepare for return to normal

EFT

European manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers are experiencing significant disruption as a result of COVID-19, with 78% seeing a negative effect from the pandemic and the governmental response. Lack of demand visibility scored the highest among manufacturers of consumer goods, with 70%.

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