This UPS White Paper, High Tech Global Supply: Shifting Gears, reflects survey results from nearly 350 executives in high-tech companies in North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia as they gear up to capture new global trade opportunities.
In a growth landscape, 41% of executives surveyed expect to see high-tech exports increase over the next two years compared to 2013. Learn how near-shoring and an increasingly customer centric business environment are driving changes in high-tech supply chain strategies. Read the full White Paper.
Simon Ellis, Practice Director, Supply Chain Strategies & Technology-Oriented Value Chains
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