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As the pace of technological change advances exponentially, companies are shifting gears, towards greater collaboration on product and service offerings in a bid to stay ahead of the game.
Strategically located between North and South America, Mexico has become a manufacturing hub for foreign companies supplying the U.S., and despite political headwinds, the outlook remains bright.
Semiconductor supply chains are complex, dynamic and demanding. That calls for an increasingly integrated approach.
Mexico may be poised for the first big changes in its economic model in two decades, but potential abounds for the country to grow as a manufacturing platform.
The concept of sharing goods and services has become a potent business model and is transforming the economic landscape.
ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING MEETS THE DIGITAL AGE
Engineering and manufacturing companies of all sizes are set to benefit from cheaper, smarter and more adaptable robots.
Airlines around the world rely on Satair Group for the materials and tools they need to maintain their fleets. That calls for some specialized supply chain capabilities.
Between 120 A.D. and the 1450s, the Silk Road was one of the most important trading routes in the world.
The newly released DHL Global Connectedness Index 2016 shows that despite protectionist tendencies, globalization has not gone into reverse – though the future of world trade will depend heavily on the decisions of policymakers.
The supply chain is already one of the most data-rich environments in business.
Now, thanks to advanced analytics and machine-learning technologies, companies are using that data to transform their flexibility and responsiveness.
The next step change in battery power for the tech revolution could be just around the corner, thanks to a breakthrough in the design of new lithium-oxygen batteries.