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TAA Compliant nations influence EMS manufacturing supply chains and supplier selection

For some electronics equipment manufacturers, the costed bill-of-materials (BOM) is becoming less of a variable in their contract electronics manufacturing outsourcing program strategy. Ultimately, it comes down to total landed cost. But how do you know you are getting BOM …
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The great shift: Apple’s exodus from China to India – Unveiling complexities of contract electronics manufacturing sourcing

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Apple’s ambitious shift from China to India sparks a journey into complexities of contract electronics manufacturing. Explore challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in this groundbreaking endeavor.
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Transfer pricing risk and solutions for electronics manufacturers with extended EMS manufacturing supply chains

Strategies for managing transfer pricing risks in global contract electronics manufacturing operations.
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Maximizing efficiency: Best practices for managing your EMS manufacturing services partner

As technology continues to advance at an ever-increasing pace, companies are finding it increasingly difficult to keep up with the latest trends and demands of their customers. For electronics OEM equipment manufacturers, one solution to this problem is outsourcing the …
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Act now: Banking and capital finance risks to contract electronics industry and manufacturers

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Includes specific questions EMS manufacturers should ask their banks about bank balance sheet risk that can turn a bank from being illicit to insolvent.
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How to audit and hire design-for-manufacturing (DfM) supplier for your electronic hardware equipment product

A successful audit, when evaluating an electronics design firm’s design-for-manufacturing (DfM) capabilities, is essential when selecting a vendor to work on your project. This vendor evaluation can help ensure your product is manufactured efficiently, cost-effectively, and with high-quality standards. One …
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Manufacturing inventory metrics to avoid costly production mistakes

Focusing on the most challenging segment of the purchase order-to-warehouse sequence of events can vary depending on the specific manufacturing supply chain situation and industry. However, one common challenge that many manufacturers face is managing inventory levels effectively. Inventory management …
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20 Ways electronics manufacturers can improve manufacturing supply chain resiliency

In no particular order, below, these suggestions are not mutually exclusive and multiple strategies can be used to improve supply chain resiliency. (Request: 19 Questions for better contracts electronics supplier development) Diversify your suppliers, distributors and sources of raw materials …
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Ways to protect profit erosion for electronics equipment manufacturers

Below are some of the way electronics equipment manufacturers can protect against profit erosion and while maintaining a strong position in the market. (Read about new product launch costs vs product upgrade costs, here) Investing in research and development can …
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Costing modeler sourcing, manufacturing and assembly of electric vehicles: Tesla Model Y

The amount of technology and electronics in new vehicles is growing each year. From sophisticated vehicle electronic control units (ECU) to manage everything to all electric vehicles (EV), plus the vast array of ever-increasing functional technology and hardware. Take into …
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