Supply Chain Edge: Resized inventory, splintered memory, active volcano — Panjiva
Más

Supply Chain Research

Supply Chain Edge: Resized inventory, splintered memory, active volcano

Australia 126 Chile 105 China 2980 Cons. Discr. - Apparel 500 Cons. Discr. - Autos 1187 Cons. Discr. - Retailing 473 Earnings 731 European Union 833 India 516 Industrials - Capital Goods 586 Info Tech - Comms Equip 229 Info Tech - Tech Hardware 804 Japan 606 Materials - Chemicals 241 Mexico 888 Mode - Rail 115 Mode - Seaborne 1807 Theme - Canals 134 U.S. 5326 United Kingdom 371

The apparel industry is returning to normal, though the major retailers still expect inventories to fall further while long term strategies on sourcing and environmental management are only just getting underway. Bifurcation in the technology industry has accelerated with the mainland Chinese government restricting sales by a US memory chip manufacturer. The race for securing new semiconductor capacity includes a new burst of support from the Japanese and UK governments, while the race of AI is proving lucrative for one chipmaker. Manufacturers’ supplier delivery times continue to improv...

Copyright © 2024 Panjiva Supply Chain Intelligence, a product offering from S&P Global Market Intelligence Inc. All rights reserved.