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Getting the right environment: Air conditioner supply chains

• Elevated temperatures in the United States and globally have increased the use of air conditioning for home and office, raising demand both for machinery and for maintenance. Global exports of air conditioners, reversible heat pumps and components rose by 8% year over year in the first four ... Read more →

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Supply Chain Edge: Apple’s season, cooling aircon, tin canned

• Supply chain data shows that the US consumer goods industry is still in decline, shown by shipping volumes that fell for the 12th straight month in July. The slide has been led by a downturn in toys and leisure goods, while the electrical goods shipments linked to infrastructure investments ... Read more →

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Supply Chain Edge: COVID no more, tariffs in abeyance

Healthcare supply chains have been disrupted during the COVID-19 pandemic. The US administration of President Joe Biden has downgraded the Public Health Emergency, while also extending a waiver on tariffs on imports from mainland China. Imports from mainland China are down 70% from their peak,... Read more →

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Supply Chain Edge: The new Vietnam

Thailand might be the next computer supply chain hub, although there will be a fight to displace mainland China as the main exporter and beat Mexico and Vietnam as rapidly expanding centers. We published new research this week looking at downturn-era supply chain strategies among the global to... Read more →

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Reduced by WRO, Top Glove imports face competition

Top Glove, a maker of rubber gloves, was freed from a withhold release order issued in July 2020, alleging forced labor in Malaysian manufacturing. Imports of gloves, of which 70.8% in 2020 came from Malaysia, had fallen by 75.7% year over year by Q2 and 85.2% year over year in July and August... Read more →

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