CAPS News - 08 March 2023
Supply management initiatives and forces of change 2026
Explore some of the major issues and initiatives facing supply management professionals now and in the future. This summary outlines the top 5 forces of change and top 5 business strategies expected by 2026. [Download the report in the CAPS Library]
Join us March 22nd as Christian Schuh, Managing Director & Senior Partner with BCG, shares how to empower procurement and transform relationships with suppliers. [Learn more and register with CAPS]
U.S. manufacturing moderately improved in February
The U.S. manufacturing activity slightly increased in February, but still remained in contraction territory for the fourth consecutive month.
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Supplier risk focus shifts to cyber security
Cyber security and data are ranked as top supplier risks over the next three years by 71% of respondents, an increase of 19% from the last two years when only 52% of companies ranked it as a top concern.
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The U.S., Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan met to discuss global supply chain resilience and an early warning system to help ensure a stable supply chain for chip manufacturers.
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By 2030, the U.S. plans to be manufacturing nearly 20 times the current output of electric vehicle batteries being produced today.
[Read more with InsideEVs]
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