4 ways your brand can take back complete control of its supply chain

September 26, 2019

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The days of producing a product in one place are pretty much gone. If your product is even slightly complex, you’re probably sourcing supplies from a few different suppliers. And they may be sourcing from other suppliers still. These tiers of suppliers (tier one and tier two) are where most of your manufacturing issues and delays come from. Manufacturing in the modern era isn’t local it’s global.

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