Surviving and Thriving in Times of Low Growth: A Guide for the Future of Manufacturing

As manufacturers are worried about cash, service, and cost, pivoting from ideas driven through positive growth to redesigning an outlook that reflects the current market and supports a resilient supply chain is crucial.

“Out of the chip pan and into the fire” must be a recurring feeling among manufacturers – across 2022 and into 2023 – as a proposed rebound following the eye of the COVID-19 pandemic storm has been usurped by a host of new and evolving challenges that have hindered both sides of the supply-demand equation.

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