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Supply chains are called chains for a reason—they are not just a collection of suppliers, rather a virtual chain that extends all the way back to both the design and raw materials up through reverse logistics (a fancy term for customer returns, both in and out of warranty). It’s all
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Concept design sounds easy, right? A bunch of engineers, sitting around, brainstorming. Although the concept phase sounds as simple as sitting down and spouting off ideas, it’s much more time and thought consuming. Creating a product from start to finish is an all-around labor intensive process, and the concept phase
Here at Zebulon Solutions, we often see our customers making the same common mistakes over and over again when it comes to considering lead time. Whether you’re in the prototype phase or going into production, lead time is a HUGE factor as to whether or not you can save time