Tag Archive: Supply Chain Briefing

Manufacturing Gains

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As one of the panelists at the Manufacturers’ Summit last week said, “Have you ever seen manufacturing in the news more than it has been lately?” Quite an intriguing point…. The Summit had an expert panel on the future of manufacturing — and what the Trump era was likely to bring to manufacturing. The panel was specifically non-partisan and included several heavy hitters including the president of the CMTA (California Manufacturers & Technology Assoc), the president of a local manufacturing company who also sat on the president’s export council for many years, the president of the Inland Empire Economic Partnership…
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Mexican Gas Prices Soar

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The Mexican government took away subsidies on gas, and so prices soared in the New Year. A 20% hike in gas prices has spurred on protests, looting and chaos at border crossings. Although the objective was to let the cost of fuel adjust to the market, the gasolinazo (which is how the price hike is known) is anything but just a market adjustment in the eyes of the people. They are not happy! It is already creating havoc in the Mexican supply chain. What should we be thinking about to stay on top of this supply chain trend? What Should We Consider…
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