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Double Ordering of Electronic Components Hits ‘All-Time High’

Although the electronics supply chain has been dancing around the issue of double ordering for several quarters, a recent Morgan Stanley report finds there’s been a “significant uptick” in double ordering that has extended component lead times even further. Evidence of double ordering also has analysts questioning the sustainability of the current component-demand upcycle. “To…

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Molex, Rosenberger Sign Dual-Sourcing Agreement

Molex and Rosenberger have signed a dual-sourcing agreement allowing Molex to produce High-Speed FAKRA-Mini automotive coaxial connectors based on the Rosenberger HFM® design. Enabling fast transmission of high data rates up to 20 Gbps, the Rosenberger HFM FAKRA-Mini system is designed for a range of existing and future automotive applications, such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), navigation,…

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New Yorker Electronics, Isocom Ink Distribution Deal

New Yorker Electronics, a global electronics components leader for 70 years, and Isocom, a UK-based designer and manufacturer of testing and supply of LED optoelectronic components to the military, aerospace, industrial, medical and communication sectors, have team up to develop a more vast worldwide network of certified optoelectronics. Isocom is Europe’s only specialist manufacturer of…

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Vishay Awards TTI

TTI, Inc., a world leading specialist distributor of electronic components, has been presented with Vishay’s Full Service Distributor of the Year and Passives Distributor of the Year awards. This is the fourth year in a row that Vishay has presented TTI with Distributor of the Year awards. Announcing the awards at a ceremony in Munich,…

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Excess and Obsolete Inventory: Everybody’s Responsible

The Supply Chain Resource Cooperative held its first ever “Executive Roundtable on Excess and Obsolete Inventory” on the NC State campus on October 25, 2017. The event was attended by 25 executives from a variety of different industries and backgrounds. Inventory Management Partners, LLC sponsored the event, and helped craft the format and content for…

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How Intel’s Using the Smart Factory to Improve the Supply Chain

Significant change is coming to the manufacturing arena. As artificial intelligence, the industrial IoT and the smart factory begin to transform production, Intel Corp. is gauging the impact such technologies will have on manufacturing and the supply chain — and the humans that oversee these complex operations. The benefits of smart factories are many: autonomous…

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