The Problem with Just-In-Time Inventory

By Logan Wamsley

According to a recent study from commercial real-estate firm CBRE, nearly 96% of existing space in the U.S. is currently in use, and large companies are working quickly to adapt to a new but uncomfortable reality: space, where it can be found, is expensive. For today’s manufacturers, it’s not uncommon to pay up to 30%…

What Can Supply Chains Expect From the Infrastructure Bill?

By Logan Wamsley

One of the major focuses of the current U.S. administration in recent months has been the ongoing supply chain crisis. It’s a crisis that has many causes, and while there is no quick fix, action from both the government and the business community are universally recognized as being integral to the solution — even if…

Cyberattacks on Supply Chains Continue to Rise

By Logan Wamsley

Supply chains around the world, in addition to the delays and shortages, caused by COVID-19, have had another risk emerge in 2021: cyberattacks. This year supply chains have been the new favorite targets for hacking groups and bad actors. According to a recent report from the The European Union Cybersecurity Agency (ENISA), supply chain attacks…