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Following 18-months of turbulence, FermionX’ commercial director, Will Patrick, is confident UK manufacturing industry will bounce back, more agile and flexible than ever. There’s no denying, it’s been a tough 18-months. As an industry, we have navigated our way through Brexit, a global pandemic and are now experiencing unprecedented component shortages. Like many British businesses, FermionX’ had to adapt quickly. Not just changing internal processes but also coping with the strain imposed on the global supply chain.   As an industry, we need to ensure we’re more flexible and agile with our operations, especially when it comes to supply chain…

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Planning for and minimizing EOL costs

Rochester Electronics’ technical sales manager EMEA, Ken Greenwood, steps readers through the process of planning for component end-of-life The electronic…

Passive products

High current power inductors suit automotive circuits  TDK’s new HPL505032F1 power inductors enable level 5 ADAS applications for cameras by…

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Semiconductors, reshoring and Fed policy

John Denslinger investigates reshoring for self-sufficiency as a national competitive advantage. A merica was once the hub for semiconductor manufacturing but that leadership shifted to Asia at the turn of…

Unmasking workplace and company culture

John Denslinger wonders what post pandemic workplaces will look like given all the data squarely points to hybrid. A careful look at a CDC demographic shows 62 per cent of…

America – Essential component battleground

John Denslinger investigates EV batteries and how their associated manufacturing and distribution supply chains represent new electronics industry frontier. I n April’s editorial I discussed the ‘small but big impact’…

Restoring order post pandemic

John Denslinger explores some of the challenges facing the global electronics supply chain as it emerges unevenly from pandemic controls. While medical teams, financial institutions and governments continue working tirelessly…

Small but big impact

John Denslinger investigates why supply constraints of the tiniest components can have significant consequences for even the biggest industries. A WSJ article published in mid-February spoke to the impact of…

Business booms for high-service distributors

An increase in design engineering activity and tight supply of chips and other components is resulting in skyrocketing sales for high-service distributors. High-service electronics distributors have weathered the coronavirus pandemic…

Distributors expect 5G will boost business for years

Fifth-generation wireless technology’s speed and low latency will enable new applications and increase component demand. Industrial, defense and aerospace and communications have always been important customer segments for electronics distributors,…