by Cecile de Veyra & Vianie Li China’s EMS companies have long emphasized improving their services to meet specific requirements from customers in a fast turnaround time. This has been an ongoing endeavor for the past decade, which saw a stream of technology and machine upgrades that also included the adoption of industrial robots.
Some sourcing-related (or, okay, sometimes sourcing-adjacent) reading as we start the gradual, orderly slide into the weekend. Selected for your entertainment and illumination by the Global Sources content team. IoT Clothing: The New Wearables Technology you can truly wear – and washable too. Imagine a sensor-equipped fabric for shirts, pants, socks or shoes that […]
Smart security cameras complete a modern smart home setup by offering live surveillance of the property that can be accessed remotely on the homeowner’s laptop, smartphone or tablet. These cameras, as they surveil, also record the areas they cover and save the footage which will find its use in case of theft or other emergencies. […]
No doubt 2020 will go down in history as the year that changed it all. The coronavirus outbreak had not only wrought global health havoc, but it had also gravely affected almost every industry, forcing many businesses to close. While 2021 continues to be a process of navigating the uncharted, it brings some exciting fashion […]
Happy Friday! Here are some sourcing and trade-related links for your enjoyment and edification, selected by the Global Sources analyst team. Washington’s technology cold war with Beijing has resulted in strategic decoupling, prompting manufacturing supply chains to shift to new locations. India finds itself well positioned to absorb these supply chains. But the country […]