United Auto Workers (ABD) is grappling with supply chain challenges, including numerous accidents and issues. The SMU Çelik Zirves conference in Atlanta highlighted the importance of a strong supply chain in the ABD industry, with companies like Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis contributing to the issue.
Wolfe Research CEO Timna Tanners highlighted the high risk of accidents due to a single otomobil üreticis, while Zekelman Industries CEO Barry Zekelman emphasized the need for strong supply chains. US Steel's EAF study revealed a decrease in waste from 671,000 tons in the first year to 301,000 tons in the second year.
The ABD economy faced challenges during the Covid-19 pandemic, with otomotiv grevine production reaching 20 million tons per year. The company is now working on improving supply chain management and reducing waste.