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Build an Agile Supply Chain Strategy for Competitive Advantage

Build an adaptive, flexible response to market volatility and semiconductor shortages to stay ahead of the game. Download our guide to learn more.

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Component Updates

What’s New in the Semiconductor Supply Chain? Stockpiles, Shortages, and Export Bans

The market and supply chain fluctuation trend continues as export bans affect China, automakers fall behind, and network tech catches up.

Insights

3 Advantages to an Independent Distributor Partnership

Better quality, deeper trust, and access to more inventory worldwide? Absolutely. But that’s just the beginning.

Component Updates

Supply Chain Risks: Inflation Now Troubles the Industry

Inflation and ongoing supply chain risks mean trouble for the automotive industry, while demand for consumer electronics is falling rapidly.

Insights

Quality Control Through Inspections: Driving Success

Your electronics parts supplier should engage on all fronts of the quality control process. Learn about the importance of thorough inspections.

Downloadables

Strategic Sourcing: Your Less-Stress Procurement Solution

Our 6-step guide breaks down the benefits of strategic sourcing and how implementing one integrated sourcing system can impact your business for the better.

Component Updates

Semiconductor Shortage Spurs Wire Fraud, New Car Shortage

The ongoing semiconductor shortage is spurring wire fraud and limiting the availability of new cars. The industry may not see relief until 2023.