Having successfully sidestepped the first Covid wave, the government now faces a health emergency — only about 1% of its population is vaccinated so far — with the potential to disrupt the chip industry that dominates the local economy, and which is critical to an already-squeezed global supply.
Faced with a limited supply of shots, more countries are turning to an initially controversial strategy that’s now been vindicated by scientific studies: doubling or tripling the intervals between the first and second Covid vaccine dose.
Kezia Fitzgerald, co-founder of CareAline, tells how her company responded to a need for isolation gowns during the COVID-19 pandemic, and describes what it will take to set up a domestic supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) for the future.
A discussion about the impact of the semiconductor shortage on automotive manufacturers, with Dan Hearsch, Managing Director, lead of the Automotive Practice in the Americas, and co-lead of the Global Automotive and Industrials Practice, with AlixPartners.
Sandow’s Material Bank, the world’s largest B2B material marketplace for architecture and design, offers designers the ability to sample hundreds of materials from all over the globe.
To successfully deliver sample orders on-time, in-full, and at no charge to the customer, Material Bank implemented Locus Robotics Multi-Bot Fulfillment Solution to increase operational flexibility and decrease employee walking time, enabling associates to pick a very diverse group of materials quickly and accurately.
Join Bob Bowman, managing editor of SupplyChainBrain, as he moderates a lively panel discussion with forward-thinking leaders who are looking to swap tips and share stories to inspire and invigorate your plans for automation.
The final mile or outbound shipping function has been an area of strong focus for businesses in recent years with the relentless growth of ecommerce and changes in consumer buying patterns.
Join us to hear how a global network platform is critical for effective international freight management, and how the global network model can improve final mile operations, without the need to rip-and-replace existing TMS solutions.
With the success of AI/ML in areas like image recognition, medicine, and the web, why are we only seeing incremental gains in the supply chain? What’s throttling AI’s ability to drive optimal supply chain performance?
Ranjit Notani, co-founder and CTO of One Network Enterprises, and Joe Bellini (COO), will explode common myths about AI/ML and why network strategies are essential to success in Supply Chain Control Towers.