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    Squeeze Casting vs. High-Pressure Die Casting: The Velocity Factor

    At a high level, casting is a manufacturing process in which a liquid material — usually a metal — is poured into a mold that contains a hollow cavity in the shape of the desired product or component. From there, the material is left to solidify.
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    Decades in the Making: The History of VPIC

    For the last 27 years, VPIC Group has been committed to customer satisfaction by consistently listening to customer needs, investing in the latest technology and staying up to date on industry trends. This commitment has allowed us to develop long-term working relationships with many world-class customers in powersports, automotive, healthcare equipment and many other industries located throughout the globe and especially in North America, Europe and Asia.
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    What Are the Procurement Steps in Supply Chain Management?

    A procurement process is defined as a series of steps that a business or organization creates and follows to obtain the goods, components, products or services that are necessary to complete their goals and objectives. The process is not specific to any one industry, but rather a necessary aspect that aids in the optimization of operations.
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    The 4 Most Common Automotive Supply Chain Issues Revealed

    The automotive supply chain is one of the most complex in the world. Each vehicle is made of tens of thousands of parts, which are procured from thousands of suppliers, and each part is manufactured from a number of raw materials. With the incorporation of digital technology, which has experienced shortage issues of its own, automotive supply chain issues are more and more common.
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    4 Ways Procurement Impacts Your Supply Chain

    At a high level, procurement is the act of acquiring goods or services as part of a business’s operations. Because many businesses rely on procurement to function, procurement and procurement processes require a significant amount of resources to manage.
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    What Is Robotic Welding and How Does it Work?

    According to a Business Wire report, by 2026, the robotic welding market is projected to nearly double from a 2018 value of $5,450.5 million to $10,784.4 million. There are a number of key drivers behind the expansion of robotic welding. First and foremost, industrialization is growing at a rapid pace throughout the world, especially the automotive and metal industries. There is also an increase in customer demands, and many manufacturers can’t keep up.
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    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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    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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    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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    3 Tips To Improve Your Manufacturing Supply Chain Efficiency

    For any organization, maintaining an efficient supply chain means getting raw materials and products at the right time, in the right quantities, and at minimum costs. Functions such as inventory management, production planning, operations, sales, and distribution depend on a supply chain that is both effective and dependable. 
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