Near-shoring takes another step as companies eye new markets
The Covid-19 crisis has accelerated the pace of trade diversification from China, bringing industry buzzwords ...
TRANSPORT INTELLIGENCE reports:
The restructuring of global supply chains away from China is continuing. Apple has just announced that it is shifting some of its component sourcing to the US, stating on Tuesday (23/5), that it had agreed a “new multiyear, multibillion-dollar agreement with Broadcom…through this collaboration, Broadcom will develop 5G radio frequency components — including FBAR filters — and cutting-edge wireless connectivity components. The FBAR filters will be designed and built in several key American manufacturing and technology hubs, including Fort Collins, Colorado, where ...
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