GENERAL OVERVIEW The current global component shortage supply continues to severely impact our industry with no signs of short-term recovery. We are currently facing lead times of up to 52weeks+. Price increase across the whole market continues to rise as both raw material and transportation costs remain high. The on-going power outages across China are having further impacts
GENERAL OVERVIEW After latest reports of stock build up in China, all lead times are still expected to remain extremely high. We are currently facing lead times of up to 52 weeks across the entire portfolio. Even with some recent pricing stability, the demand for raw materials isn’t slowing down. Further price surges are predicted throughout Q4. 2021.
GENERAL OVERVIEW A number of suppliers in China reported a slight stock buildup. However, these movements aren’t pushing any further changes in the current supply chain. Lead times still remain extremely high. There are some signs of stability in pricing after the price increase in the summer due to a significant rise in raw material cost. China’s recent
Cutting costs without cutting corners is a delicate process. With recent global supply chain challenges in the electronic industry many companies needed to adapt and make drastic changes to ensure their survival. One of the main solutions was to look for ways to reduce their costs without compromising product quality or endangering jobs. In this article, we will look at
GENERAL OVERVIEW The current low raw material availability and increased prices are causing lead times of up to 52 weeks. Suppliers are now advising all customers to place their orders for 2022 to avoid further delays. Recent reports indicate that the shortages which have crippled car production and held back growth in the electronics industry are only getting worse.