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US High Tech Manufacturing: Do a Few Actions or Many Words Speak Louder?

by Matt Davis  |  July 16, 2013  |  1 Comment

As a supply chain practitioner in the High Tech industry for 10 years and having covered the industry as an analyst for 2, I tend to keep an eye out for High Tech supply chain stories.  Over the last year, there have been several announcements about opening sites in the US or at least plans […]

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Complimentary Supply Chain Segmentation Webinar – June 3 / 4

by Matt Davis  |  May 29, 2013  |  Comments Off

I’ll be hosting a complimentary webinar next week on supply chain segmentation and its role in enabling demand-driven maturity.  Supply chain segmentation only continues to grow in importance as global customer requirements challenge the one-size-fits-all supply chain and is a best practice being implemented by 19 of our Supply Chain Top 25.  The webinar is timed for our ANZ […]

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Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference – AMR Supply Chain Top 25

by Matt Davis  |  May 23, 2011  |  Comments Off

We are only a week away from our annual Supply Chain Executive conference in Scottsdale.  The content for this year is quite exciting and we are all looking forward to the reveal of the 2011 Supply Chain Top 25.  The conference has been a hot topic with clients so I wanted to provide more details.  […]

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GE’s $2B China Investment… Implications for Supply Chain

by Matt Davis  |  November 9, 2010  |  Comments Off

On Tuesday, GE announced a plan to invest over $2B in China through 2012.  $500M for R&D and customer innovation centers and $1.5B for joint partnerships with state-owned enterprises.  A closer look at the joint partnerships shows a clear focus on infrastructure investment, primarily on electric grids and rail transportation. This announcement has huge implications […]

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