• EV Battery Supply Chains

    What are the problems in the EV battery supply chain and how can we improve it?As demand for electric vehicles (EVs) continues to grow

  • ‘Inflation, war pose risks to supply chain’

    Businesses and logistics providers will continue to grapple with rising consumer prices as well as the Ukraine-Russia conflict, according to officials from top local firms. Officials from companies, including Ace Hardware and United States-based multinational conglomerate Honeywell, and the Procurement and Supply Institute of Asia (PASIA) spoke about the impact

  • How Tesla Introduced An Intelligent EV Supply Chain

    The concept of vehicles being intelligent devices is relatively new, and it has largely come as a result of Tesla’s contributions to the auto industry. As the industry shifts toward Tesla’s example of electric vehicles that can be updated with a simple software update, one expert notes how far supply chains for these intelligent electric […]

  • Russia’s iPhone ban and the digital supply chain

    Russia’s Kremlin ordered officials to stop using iPhones, apparently over concerns the devices could be vulnerable to Western intelligence agencies, Reuters reports. When surveillance-as-a-service firms sit exposed for brazenly undermining device security, it's hard to think there isn't an argument there. But the bigger story isn’t the harm to Apple’s small business in Russia, it's the threat to digital supply chains it shows.To read this article in full, please click here

  • Biden Bureaucrats May Exacerbate Supply Chain Woes

    For the past several years, the broken supply chain has been foremost on the minds of American voters. As an issue that has broad-ranging implications for the economy and consumers, it has raised so m

  • Japan and German leaders agree to strengthen ties, supply chain

    TOKYO—German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Saturday held the first round of government consultations in Tokyo and agreed to strengthen economic and defense ties to better cope with China’s growing influence and global security concerns. Kishida told a joint news conference after the talks that

  • Saudi Arabia launches $1bn initiative for SMEs supply chains

    RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources plans to invest SR4 billion ($1.07 billion) in specialized local supply chains for small and medium enterprises in the Kingdom as part of the investment opportunities initiative, the Saudi Press Agency reported quoting a ministry spokesperson. Jarrah bin Muhammad Al-Jarrah said the investment initiative aims to study 10,000 locally manufactured and imported products and set standards for their associated value chains.

  • US Worries China Will Use Supply Chains As Weapon

    Fear China will use supply chains as weapon (Third column, 2nd story, link) Related stories:U.S. officials debating rules for conflict in space Drudge Report Feed needs your support!   Become a Patron

  • Serbia wants to reduce food supply chain risks for S. Korea

    Serbia wants to reduce food supply chain disruptions caused by the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war by cooperating with South Korea, said Serbian Ambassador to Korea Nemanja Grbic in an interview with The Korea Herald Monday. Serbia has fertile soil and very favorable climatic features that could make it into a significant supplier of food to Korea, Grbic pointed out, referring to the current supply chain crisis. He urged South Korea to share its agricultural knowledge and experiences of modern...

  • Will digital twin technology unlock supply chain sustainability in 2023?

    Sustainability starts at the supply chain, and businesses need the right technology to transform for good.

  • Nike under fire as unions allege OECD guidelines 'breach' in supply chain

    Nike has been accused of breaching OECD Guidelines with regards to the treatment of workers in its global supply chain following the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Japan firms sign up for greater scrutiny of rights issues in supply chains

    Companies such as Kirin have joined a platform that allows for allegations of human rights violations to be filed against member companies through an online process.