The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted traditional supply chains and forced many manufacturers to alter what they make and where. In this conversation with SupplyChainBrain Editor-in-Chief Bob Bowman, Tony Uphoff, President and Chief Executive Officer of ThomasNet, reveals the findings of the company’s latest North American Manufacturing Trends report, covering the fourth quarter of 2020.Read More »
Thomas Announces New Buy American Act (BAA) Support Program for Manufacturing Extension Partnerships (MEPs)
This press release was issued on March 31, 2021 at 11:30 am ET via Business Wire .Read More »
In this episode of Uphoff on Industry, Tony Uphoff and Bob Evans discuss the renaissance in high-tech manufacturing, including its impact on the millennial generation.Read More »
This press release was issued on March 16, 2021 at 9:30 am ET via Business Wire .Read More »
In this episode of Uphoff on Industry, Tony Uphoff and Bob Evans discuss trends related to the rapidly transforming auto industry.Read More »
One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, many millions of N95 masks are pouring out of American factories and heading into storage. Yet doctors and nurses say there still aren't enough. While supply and demand issues surrounding N95 respirators are well-documented, until now the reasons for this discrepancy have been unclear.
"How could this be happening? You have an obvious need, and you have a tremendous engine of supply,” said Tony Uphoff, president and CEO of Thomas, an online platform for product sourcing. Uphoff said that for decades the N95 market was stable, so when the virus upended the supply chain, procurement officers were unprepared to respond.
Tony Uphoff Culminates Esteemed Fellowship with Presentation on Future of Business-to-Business Media
This press release was issued on February 10, 2021 at 10:00 am ET via Business Wire .Read More »
Supply Chain Dive: Dry ice demand rises more than 1,100% as procurement leaders navigate vaccine rollout: Thomas
Demand in the U.S. for dry ice is up 1,138% YoY and rose 695% from Q3 to Q4, according to data from Thomas. The upward trend is expected to continue as vaccine manufacturers race to develop and distribute vaccines worldwide.Read More »
Thomasnet.com data shows vaccine-related sourcing categories such as syringes and medical injection-molded plastics have increased massively. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to drive unprecedented trends in the manufacturing universe.Read More »
Thomas, the leader in product sourcing, supplier, selection, and marketing solutions for industry, announced its new product sourcing category 'Vaccine Cold Chain Logistics and Supply'. Established in response to increased sourcing demands related to the global COVID-19 vaccine rollout, the new category identifies the top 1,200 North American manufacturing suppliers ready to provide the essential supplies needed for production and distribution of the vaccine.Read More »