In New York, product sourcing, supplier selection, and marketing solutions business Thomas has launched a division called Thomas Industrial Data, to provide a resource for sourcing and supply chain trends across the manufacturing and industrial sectors.Read More »
Supply Chain Matters: Sharing Offers Of Conditional Complimentary Supply Chain Management Technology – Update Three
This piece cites important information for emergency responders, supply chain management functional and technology teams during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak crisis. Included is information on the Thomas Coronavirus Hub for Manufacturing.Read More »
Thomas President & CEO, Tony Uphoff, offers insights on manufacturing's response to Coronavirus and discusses emerging trends, the response from industry leaders, and the challenges manufacturers face as companies explore pivoting towards supporting the medical community's needs with CNN.Read More »
In this month's episode, Tony Uphoff and Bob Evans discuss some of the coronavirus-related trends that Thomas has been observing and new data they’re collecting.
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This piece mentions a recent survey by Thomas, an industrial sourcing and marketing platform, on how the virus is affecting the U.S. manufacturing industry, showed that 60% of companies reported being impacted. “This is a black swan moment that nobody saw coming, no one predicted,” said Tony Uphoff, the president and CEO of Thomas, in regards to business changing the way they think about managing their supply chain."Read More »
What U.S. manufacturers can expect from suppliers and transportation providers—and what they can do about it. Thomas CEO, Tony Uphoff believes that the U.S. automotive and tech sectors are most susceptible to the coronavirus slowdown. “The longer this drags on,” he said, “the more the North American manufacturing sector and economy will feel its effects.”Read More »
This week, Tony Uphoff joins the show to discuss how manufacturing supply chains have been impacted by the CoronavirusRead More »