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    4 Risk Management Strategies for Commodity Managers

    Commodity risk refers to the uncertainty of future market conditions based on the fluctuations and availability of a commodity. The industries most affected by commodity risk are energy, agriculture and production. 
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    OEM Supplier

    The Top 4 Quality Management Certifications Your Automotive Supplier Should Have

    According to a 2018 Gallup poll, 83% of Americans drive at least several times a week. Based on the upward trend of registered vehicles, with 276 million in 2019, this number is going to continue to increase. 
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    Die Casting

    Aluminum, Zinc or Magnesium: How to Select the Right Die Casting Material

    Die casting is the name given to the process of creating complex metal components through use of molds of the component, also known as dies. The process uses non-ferrous metals which do not contain iron, such as aluminum, zinc and magnesium, due to the desirable properties of the metals such as low weight, higher conductivity, non-magnetic conductivity and resistance to corrosion.  
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    Outsourcing

    The Manufacturer’s Reference Guide To U.S. Import Taxes

    Every manufacturer with an international export range understands the hurdles that need to be overcome to successfully participate in an international business partnership. One of these hurdles is import taxes, which are fees imposed on the goods of an importer when the goods are transported across international borders. Although the taxes are applied to the importer, these taxes can influence which exporter the importer can affordably work with.  
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    VPIC

    4 Reasons VPIC Makes a Great Partner

    With the sheer number of original equipment manufacturing (OEM) companies in operation throughout the globe, it can be difficult to know how to choose an OEM partner. At this point, you understand the services you need, but you might not yet know the differentiators that make a great OEM partner.
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    Manufacturing

    What Is a CNC Lathe Machine Used For?

    Computer numerical control (CNC) is defined as a method for automating control of machine tools through the use of software embedded in a microcomputer attached to the tool. A CNC machine produces a product using coded instructions, without manual operation of the machine. These machines can be varied in size, function and design, and include lathes, milling machines and multi-axis machines.
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    Supply Chain

    6 Reasons To Move Your Manufacturing Supply Chain From China To Vietnam

    Over the last five years, imports from China as a percentage of total imports from low-cost countries (LCCs) have been declining. This downward trend is expected to continue, with 33% of global supply chain leaders indicating they’ve already moved or plan to move business out of China by 2023. 
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    Supply Chain

    What to Look For in Your OEM Supplier

    Choosing an original equipment manufacturing (OEM) supplier can be a challenge if you’re unsure of where to start the search. However, one thing is for certain: You require high-quality products. Regardless of price, if the component you hire an OEM supplier to manufacture is faulty, your business will not only suffer in revenue, but also in reputation. 
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    Manufacturing

    Quality Issues With Your Manufacturing Supplier? Here's What It's Really Costing You

    The total cost of poor quality is often depicted as an iceberg with some of the costs visible above the water, but most of the costs hidden beneath the surface. This image is an excellent way to illustrate how poor quality management issues in manufacturing likely cost more than you realize. Although many costs are directly attributable to the quality issue itself, many other costs are incidental or secondary and may be hidden and unrecognized. 
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    Supply Chain

    COVID-19's Impact on the Automotive Supply Chain

    The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic caused significant headaches for virtually everyone, but perhaps no one was impacted more than the United States auto industry. It’s considered the largest manufacturing operation in the nation, accounting for roughly 3% of domestic national product (DNP). With more than 4 million employees, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this is an industry where COVID-19 continues to have a significant impact. 
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