Ti: Apple contributes to restructure of electronics supply chain
TRANSPORT INTELLIGENCE reports: The restructuring of global supply chains away from China is continuing. Apple has just announced that it ...
Even though the heat has been turned down, at least momentarily last week, in the US-China trade dispute, the odds are short that supply chains will have to continue to adjust to geopolitical risk – which is set to surge, rather than fall rapidly, in the next quinquennium, whether or not President Trump stays (our base-case scenario) or goes next year.
Meanwhile, a slew of other external factors hitting the daily headlines render the competitive landscape for most shippers, especially the ...
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