Following COVID-19, It’s Time for OEMs to Consider Change

By Logan Wamsley

The COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing lockdown in both the personal and business spheres has had a catastrophic effect on the world economy. However, despite the obvious struggles, many organizations have taken the opportunity to re-evaluate their processes and protocols and prepare themselves not just for the next pandemic or similar incident, but for the…

The Post-Pandemic Supply Chain: What Will It Look Like

By Logan Wamsley

Crises on the level of the one currently being experienced around the world are not known to have short-term repercussions. In fact, many leave behind aspects of life that can still be felt to this day. The Great Depression, for example, redefined the role government plays within the financial system, while the 9/11 attacks permanently…

Understanding Electronic Component Storage in the Wake of COVID-19

By Logan Wamsley

The COVID-19 pandemic, for all of the fear and tragedy that it is responsible for around the world, has been equally disruptive in the business world. Long-standing strategies used for sourcing electronic components, semiconductors, and related products from distributors on an as-needed basis have suddenly hit a brick wall, and OEMs around the world are…

U.S. Manufacturers Feeling the Supply Chain Squeeze Should Consider Semiconductor Storage Possibilities

By Logan Wamsley

As the Coronavirus-caused lockdown of the world economy continues, supply chains across virtually all industries are feeling the squeeze. Among the industries most feeling the effects is transportation; as air lanes are being ever-more aggressively shuttered, key goods ranging from food perishables to sensitive electronic components are experiencing delays that many companies were not prepared…