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As the coronavirus cripples China’s auto market, US market prepares for supply chain problems

“The coronavirus outbreak already has crippled China’s auto market, the world’s largest by sales, after several factories were idled for weeks from a government-ordered business shutdown in an effort to contain the outbreak,” the article reports. As automotive suppliers flag risk of shortages, LLamasoft CEO Razat Gaurav talked with Wall Street Journal about the future of the automotive supply chain. The article continues, “Auto parts made in China generally take... Read More
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LLamasoft CEO Razat Gaurav discusses the coronavirus threatening global economic growth on BBC Radio

LLamasoft CEO Razat Gaurav talked with Dotun Adebayo, host of Up All Night on BBC Radio 5 Live, about the impact the coronavirus is having on global supply chains. “China, as we all know, accounts for about 1/3 of global trade, over $2.5 trillion of exports, over $2 trillion of imports. So it’s a massive economic powerhouse and the ongoing issues with the coronavirus are significantly impacting manufacturing production in... Read More
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How AI and automation may reshape supply chain roles as we know them

Technological advancements throughout time have caused periods of huge change across industries and jobs roles. Currently, it is the rapid advances in automation and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies which have the potential to significantly disrupt global supply chains. However, the question remains how and to what extent these changes will impact in supply chain roles? See the full article here.... Read More