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How to Handle Supply Chain Shortages

OEMs have been up all night worrying about part and material shortages. Supply chains throughout the world are progressively getting back on track in the aftermath of COVID-19, but shortages still exist. Learning how to handle supply chain shortages properly can help your business and allow you to make necessary adjustments, minimize stress, and enhance customer relationship, and customer satisfaction. 

May 4, 2022 9:24 PM Rhiannon Garber

5 Ways to Minimize Supply Chain Disruptions

While industries around the world are slowly getting their supply chains back on track in the aftermath of COVID-19, it is still critical to learn about mitigating the risks that supply chains face on a daily basis. Learning how to reduce supply chain risks may be straightforward, but considering the various options available to your organization is crucial and can pay off in the long term.

Apr 13, 2022 5:39 PM Rhiannon Garber

5 Supply Chain Disruptions in the Construction Industry

In recent years, construction companies have faced numerous supply chain disruptions. The construction industry's OEMs have been struggling with not just the pandemic, but also increased demand due to a shortage of skilled personnel and resources, as well as new restrictions such as environmental and safety requirements.

Mar 31, 2022 4:10 PM Rhiannon Garber

2022 Supply Chain Predictions

The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging for supply chains all over the world. Supply chains have faced many disruptions throughout the pandemic, finding it difficult to acclimate to new challenges. From 2020 to the end of 2021, COVID-19 has presented new obstacles for manufacturers everywhere. As we enter 2022, there are predictions as to what supply chain trends will be and how they will affect your business.

Feb 2, 2022 8:34 PM Rhiannon Garber

NewStream QLS Sensor Production Keeps North America Running



COVID-19 has impacted supply chains across the world. Without a doubt, the global outbreak has put supply chain professionals to the test as they struggle to keep vital operations functioning. Part and labor shortages are two of the most pressing concerns impacting supply chains across all industries. As economies recover from the pandemic, the supply chain will be important in distributing products and services promptly, safely, and securely. To maintain business operations and serve their customers, clients, and communities, as well as support and safeguard their employees, business leaders must make quick decisions and take prompt action.

Dec 13, 2021 4:37 PM Ha Beavers
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