Supply Chain

Current reporting and analysis on the technology and trends manufacturers are using to get their products to market faster and cheaper on a global scale.


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Did the US Really Import More Goods from Mexico than China?

Feb. 20, 2024
Doubtful. An in-depth analysis sets off warning bells.
Ebooks & Digital Editions

Editorial eBook: Francis Scott Key Bridge Collapse

April 10, 2024
Experts from EBM publications writing about road infrastructure, industrial safety, manufacturing leadership, commercial trucking and construction equipment share insights into...
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The Baltimore Bridge Disaster, Two Weeks On: What You Need to Know

April 9, 2024
The good, the bad, and the new reality of the logistics landscape.
Metallic Ladder

'Made in USA' Works Well for Us

Feb. 14, 2024
More manufacturers could benefit, if they put the effort into calculating the deeper competitive advantages and savings.
Planning & Forecasting

Supply Chains Are Headed Back Into Choppy Waters

Feb. 9, 2024
The end of 2023 brought a glimmer of hope, but caution prevails.


Ebooks & Digital Editions

Editorial eBook: Baltimore Bridge Collapse

April 15, 2024
Experts from EBM share insights into the tragedy in Baltimore.
Supply Chain

Supply Chain 2024 Outlook Podcast: Production Pulse

Jan. 27, 2024
Part of Endeavor Business Media's "Great Question: A Manufacturing Podcast," this episode shares a recent discussion of supply chain challenges for 2024.
Supply Chain

Production Pulse: Supply Chain Outlook 2024

Jan. 25, 2024
2023 should have been a recovery year for the supply chain, following the major disruptions of 2022, but problems remained with parts shortages and shipping problems. Will 2024...
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Planning & Forecasting

Which Regions Are Most at Risk for Supply Chain Disruption?

Jan. 25, 2024
More manufacturers are reshoring as insurance against geopolitical strife.

Mapping Your Supply Chains Helps Prioritize Risks, Actions

Jan. 8, 2024
As a manufacturer you understand that supply chain disruptions happen all the time. What you don’t know is when or how they will impact your operation and business. But ...