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Everyone is essential to recovery

In this article John Denslinger argues the best solution to a sustained recovery is a marketplace where all economic activity is seen as essential. Essential versus non-essential must be one of the more disparaging labels applied to America’s workforce and commerce in this new era of lockdowns. While I fully understand the good intentions safeguarding … Read more

Everyone is essential to recovery

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In this article John Denslinger argues the best solution to a sustained recovery is a marketplace where all economic activity is seen as essential. Essential versus non-essential must be one of the more disparaging labels applied to America’s workforce and commerce in this new era of lockdowns. While I fully understand the good intentions safeguarding … Read more

Post Covid-19: re-imagining life

John Denslinger prepares for more robotics, kiosks, touchless, protection, detection and more re-imagining life as we know it. My editorial last month dealt with the ‘great American reboot 2020’ where I discussed an onslaught of issues confronting procurement as operations restart. Undoubtedly, those challenges will continue until the virus impact becomes a distant image in … Read more

Procurement: 2020 reboot

John Denslinger argues that in the post Covid-19 electronics manufacturing world a heavy burden will fall on procurement to help pick up the pieces and restore order. While medical teams, financial institutions and governments continue working tirelessly on issues, the forecast ahead for procurement is almost as daunting. Faced with the aftermath of shelter-in-place and … Read more

Environmental compliance: being green

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In this article, John Denslinger takes a look at the electronics industry’s environmental activities past, present and future I n the memorable words of Kermit the Frog: “it ain’t easy being green”. Forgive me for choosing a light-hearted analogy, but the words ring so true for our industry as well. ‘It ain’t easy’ definitely describes … Read more