3D printing as a means for supply chain optimization: learnings from NS, Eurostar and the Dutch Ground Forces

3D printing, or additive manufacturing, has come a long way since it originated in the 1980s and is set to become an industry worth $55.8 billion by 2027. Today, companies across industries are leveraging the technology to drive supply chain optimization, in particular when it comes to streamlining the supply…

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Should you really be trying to predict demand for spare and legacy parts? Building virtual stock in a digital supply network offers a better way

Since we founded DiManEx a few years ago, I’ve spoken to hundreds of supply chain leaders who struggle with a common question: how can we use our data to predict demand for spare and legacy parts? The question is ever more pressing for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and service organizations, which are…

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