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Supply Chain Research

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Supply Chain Edge: Tariffs made a comeback, flooding in Brazil

• New tariffs by the US administration of President Joe Biden look to shore up some of the gaps in the Section 301 and 201 implementations on China, targeting batteries, electric vehicles (EVs), solar panels, gantry cranes and more. Batteries are the most affected, with 71.5% of US imports fro... Read more →


Supply Chain Edge: A light in the semiconductor tunnel

Demand for semiconductors remains depressed while a recovery will take until later in the year, based on a review of the forward-looking comments from eight firms including Apple Inc. The latter’s supply chain remains in flux, with one supplier leaving India and another setting up in Vietnam. ... Read more →


Supply Chain Edge: Smoothed chains, popped stocks

Our second-quarter 2023 outlook report finds that 2023 is proving to be a year of normalization for supply chains, but we are not quite there yet and significant corporate strategy (inventory and reshoring) and government policy uncertainties will take at least the rest of the year to play out... Read more →


Avocados avoid logistical mush

Fans of guacamole, avocado toast, and cinco de mayo narrowly missed experiencing supply chain issues firsthand as the U.S. temporarily banned imports of avocadoes from Mexico. The restriction was spurred by death threats made to an on-site U.S. Agriculture inspector who among other things chec... Read more →


Neumann, Coffee America brew import success

Coffee prices have increased, prompting a corresponding increase in prices from companies like Starbucks. The price hikes are the result of bad weather in coffee producing regions, like a drought in Brazil, as well as the same supply chain and logistics issues faced by other importers. Pricing... Read more →


IKEA, Adidas, seek recovery in Vietnam as new outbreak looms

The Vietnamese army has increased lockdown measures designed to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the country as the tragic outbreaks intensify. These measures, essential to bring the virus under control, will likely have impacts throughout global supply chains, especially manufacturers that swit... Read more →

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