Creating value for the Technology & Electronics industry
Both the Technology and the Electronics industry face a wave of turbulence as we move further into 2020, because COVID-19 can disrupt manufacturing processes and force businesses to move production facilities to non-tariff bound locations.
And that's just one example of the challenges that we need to face.
When it comes to shipping electronics, at Maersk, we’re here to help you enjoy stability in volatile times and gain the advantage of our global logistics network to take care of the rest.
Our push-driven logistics practices – such as remote assembly, supply chain outsourcing and 3PL engagement – are fit-for-purpose and designed to keep your products freely available and competitively priced.
We believe the following trends will help you ride this wave and stay ahead of the curve:
Adding value to our customers
With Maersk as your partner, take advantage of our deep understanding of the Technology & Electronics industry to build a more efficient supply chain.
We focus on offering agile solutions characterised by safety and digital innovation, led by a global team of highly talented logistics professionals.
The world of transport and logistics makes global trade tick like clockwork, connecting producers and suppliers with consumers through global supply chains. It is a complex machinery with many gears and wheels that need to connect and work in tandem to move products seamlessly from A to B. This is why HP have worked closely together with Maersk since 2010 to streamline its supply chains. HP and Maersk have had a long-standing and trusted relationship.
Innovative technologies, such as blockchain and AI machine learning can potentially disrupt existing supply chain operating models.
On time. Every time.
For Technology and Electronics, it's key that products reach their destination on time and as planned as missing a season can deem the products near obsolete. Discover how we worked with our customer - a world-leader in the computer, communications, and consumer electronics - to resolve supply chain delay, which was mainly caused by exception management.
Report: The New Norm of Manufacturing
Manufacturing, particularly within the Technology and Electronics industry, is changing. China +1, nearshoring and late localisation have emerged as key strategies, allowing Tech & Electronics brands to build more resilient supply chains that can respond more quickly to world events and fluctuating demand. At the same time, new emerging markets are establishing themselves as key destinations for products, encouraging manufacturers to shift manufacturing locations and supply chains accordingly to accommodate new consumers.
Thus, a new norm is being established; businesses need to consider how best to navigate the increased complexity while still controlling costs and on-time delivery.
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