Industry Insights

EV Momentum—Where are we?

Last month, we examined if the EV push could be unraveling. This month, I’ll explore evidence that indicates EVs are picking up momentum globally. In this counterpoint article, let’s forget about the new EPA regulations and mandates for now while taking in adoption rates, what’s driving EV demand, rapid technology advances, and just how easy

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Industry Insights

Could the EV Push be Unraveling?

We’ll explore the evidence that suggests it is. Stay tuned for January’s piece, when we’ll dive into the technology working to make it happen. There’s increasing evidence that the Biden Administration’s EV push may unravel. The administration’s regulations seem to necessitate an increase in EV sales from 8.5% to 67% of all U.S. auto sales

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Sustainability

It’s Not Easy Buying Green

In electronics, being green is well-defined, although the definition continues to expand. Green electronics takes into consideration the materials used in the production of electric devices. For electronics to be sustainable they should be toxic chemical free, use recyclable parts, and be produced with a low carbon-emission footprint. Making devices is one thing, buying green

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Sustainability

How Millennials’ Views On Sustainability Are Shaping The Supply Chain

By: Beatriz Alegría According to Nielsen, 2018 was the year of the green consumer. The supply chain of the future will create a seamless path from idea to completion in an affordable, efficient, fast, and sustainable way. At least that is what Millennials are demanding. This segment of the population, which according to Nielsen, encompasses

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Sustainability

Where does Sustainability Fit into the Supply Chain?

By Grace Alexander Sustainability in the supply chain is more than waste reduction and reducing the carbon footprint, it’s about a lateral shift in vision and providing the incentive for partners along each arm of the process to also commit to change. Without a broad approach to sustainability, intermittent participation by parts of supply chains

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