How Automotive Manufacturers Are Responding to U.S. Sanctions on Russia

By Logan Wamsley

Although many of the sanctions the U.S. placed on Russia following the invasion of Ukraine are designed to minimize the negative effects felt by U.S. consumers, manufacturers are still experiencing strain as a result of them. Nowhere is this truer than in the automotive industry, where many manufacturers have taken measures to align with the…

Tensions Between China and Taiwan Pose Catastrophic Supply Chain Risk

By Logan Wamsley

A Supply Chain Risk Years in the Making The eyes of the international community are now focused squarely on the relationship between China and Taiwan, highlighting a supply chain risk that could complicate an already strenuous year. Earlier this week, one day after China celebrated the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949,…

COVID-19 Delta Variant Concerns Cloud Supply Chain Outlooks

By Logan Wamsley

Global concern over a new COVID-19 variant, termed the “delta variant,” is increasingly growing, and many analysts are becoming wary of what effect this will have on economic recovery both domestically and abroad. On one hand, on the U.S. front there remains some optimism that the effects might be minimal, in part due to the…

COVID-19 Is Making BOM Monitoring a Must

By Logan Wamsley

Ever since its inception, Partstat BOM Monitoring has been the industry’s only source for accurate obsolescence and allocation monitoring and prediction. What was once a luxury that took a team of analysts and billions of unstructured — and costly — data points to manage is all handled automatically for each BOM Monitoring customer after uploading…