Partstat FAQ for OCMs

By Logan Wamsley

Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and Contract Manufacturers (CMs) are not the only entities who benefit from the many solutions offered by Partstat. Component manufacturers also are poised to see a significant improvement in not only their own processes, but in their relationships with OEM and CM customers. To help illustrate this, we have compiled a…

Partstat Partner Newswire: May 2020

By Logan Wamsley

Mouser Named Distributor of the Year by Neutrik USA Mouser Electronics has been honored by Neutrik USA, the leading provider of professional audio, video, and lighting connector systems, with three top awards for 2019 performance. Neutrik USA presented Mouser with the Distributor of the Year award, the Top Revenue award, and Outstanding Performance of the…

What Can OCMs Do to Retain Long-Standing OEM Customers?

By Logan Wamsley

There is very little understanding as of now to just what the long-term effects of COVID-19 will be for supply chains, and more specifically, supply chains as they relate to component manufacturers (OCMs). Recent news has been somewhat positive as many component manufacturers prepare to resume production, but resuming at full capacity is largely out…

As GE Healthcare Ramps Up Ventilator Production, VP Mike Pence Expresses Gratitude

By Logan Wamsley

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage American lives, Partstat customer GE Healthcare has been hard at work manufacturing ventilators to support the life-saving measures healthcare technicians are providing across the country. According to GE Healthcare, overall ventilator production in their Madison, Wisconsin plant has doubled, and it anticipates building 50,000 ventilators by July. This…

Post COVID-19, OEMs Should Revisit the Value of Die and Wafer Banking

By Logan Wamsley

Many states including Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina are already taking measures to re-open their economies, and while the COVID-19 pandemic remains as relevant as ever before, it is only a matter of time before organizations (with the help of strict social-distancing measures) attempt a relative return to normalcy. This does not mean, however, that…