Apple iPhone Maker Foxconn Considering Brazil Move -- Taiwan's Foxconn Technology Group, makers of the iPhone, are considering making a bold $12 billion move into Brazil, according to Brazilian government sources.
Reduce, reuse, REEF-cycle.
Environmental Scientists Urge That Decommissioned Oil Rigs Be Transformed Into Artificial Reefs -- Instead, these researchers claim, it would be both cheaper for oil companies and better for the environment if decommissioned offshore oil rigs were allowed to remain and be transformed into artificial reefs.
It's earth day for the supply chain too! -- a company's environmental policies must be more than superficial actions designed to get good PR and instead be instilled in the corporate culture. The fun thing is that when this happens, when environmental factors are embedded in corporate culture, the benefits can be surprising.
Investing in US Based Manufacturing Pays Off -- U.S.-based manufacturers are finding themselves reacting to shifts in the global supply chain that are increasing prices and delivery lead times. Rather than rolling over and crying uncle, vertically integrated companies are playing on their strengths, which include faster times to market for new, updated, or custom-built products.
- Sheena Moore