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.
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 […]
Dealing with suppliers is perhaps the most challenging part of sourcing. It’s where your negotiation skills are put to the test, and the outcome can have enormous repercussions for your business. Here are five practical tips for successfully negotiating with suppliers and handling the situation when they throw curveballs at you. Communicate with suppliers In […]
We’re already on holiday here in the Global Sources content team – nevertheless, here’s some reading for the Easter weekend on matters of sourcing, tech, business and trends. Buyers urged to act on Suez Canal blockage The container ship blocking the Suez Canal since 23rd March is now freed. Still, experts advise, buyers […]
This week’s Friday reading for your enjoyment, suggested by the Global Sources analyst team. Life’s rich pattern: Researchers use sound to shape the future of printing Creating patterns from microscopic particles and droplets using the power of sound in the air bodes well for the future of biofabrication. This technique, called sonolithography, can also be […]