Case study: An extension of the client’s sourcing and supply chain team

The Client:

An extension of the client’s sourcing and supply chain team

The Challenge:
Supply Chain Diversification & Nearshoring
Our Solution:
In collaboration with the client, we have become an extension of the client’s sourcing and supply chain team for the past 18 months. While developing vendors’ capabilities and providing boots-on-the-ground support, assigning over $10M dollars in business to Mexican Supply Base.

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