The importance of agility
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OPINION: Shoring up our future closer to home
AME’s whitepaper “A Manufacturing Marshall Plan” calls for reshoring, nearshoring and leanshoring.
ProMat Manufacturing and Supply Chain Show 2021
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Canada’s post-pandemic supply chain challenge
It’s creating opportunities for companies most capable of responding to gaps in supplier capabilities.
The coronavirus pandemic requires us to understand food’s murky supply chains
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of knowing about our supply chains
Building procurement resilience in a volatile world
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Biden wants US to produce more of its own pandemic supplies
Dangerously dependent on foreign suppliers” in places like China and Russia.
CN investing $310M in Ontario to strengthen its rail network
Will focus on intermodal facilities, rail and tie replacement and maintenance of track infrastructure.
Companies prodded to rely less on China, but few respond
Drug makers looking to reduce reliance but consumer electronics, medical devices and other industries are hanging in.
What Canada knows about food crises can help prevent shortages
Whatever the causes of food instability, there are demonstrable, viable solutions.
COVID-19 brings new challenges to food and beverage industry
Be aware of the obstacles ahead so you can continue to meet supply chain and consumer needs.
Key COVID-19 testing chemical reaches Canada
The ingredient needed in tests for the virus has been in short supply in the highly competitive and strained global market.
Manufacturers are responding to COVID-19
They’re helping to meet critical shortages of health care products for diagnosing, treating, and preventing the virus.
Railways confront tough times with volumes dropping as recession looms
Carloads fell more than 17% year-over-year as industrial supply chains remain shut down and retail severely curtailed.
Actions Canadian business leaders should consider to manage COVID-19
Look at reduced demand for exports, supply chain disruptions, adverse domestic spending and financial liquidity constraints.