Tony Uphoff

Why industry will have to rethink supply-chain redundancy post pandemic

Tony Uphoff joins Jim Blasingame to report on the end of single-source supply chain management – especially with China – and how this will create more manufacturing demand across north America, including Mexico.

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Tony Uphoff joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the pandemic has illuminated vertical exposure in the U.S. supply chain and why there needs to be more scrutiny of it with regard to insuring redundancy as an investment, not an expense.
Tony Uphoff joins Jim Blasingame to discuss that, while continuous remote working has many organizational and financial benefits, thanks to technology, there will be some impact on the humans, which must be considered in any future plans.
Tony Uphoff joins Jim Blasingame to continue the report on how his company – in multiple locations – shifted to 100% remote work and how they continue to be as productive as before.
Tony Uphoff joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the pandemic has illuminated vertical exposure in the U.S. supply chain and why there needs to be more scrutiny of it with regard to insuring redundancy as an investment, not an expense.
Tony Uphoff joins Jim Blasingame to discuss that, while continuous remote working has many organizational and financial benefits, thanks to technology, there will be some impact on the humans, which must be considered in any future plans.