As technological advancements in the automotive industry continue to make cars more efficient, affordable, and with more features for consumers, they become even more complex to service.
With a multitude of new product designs and short product cycles, many OEMs, ODMs, and their service partners require an expert supply chain partner with the skills and resources to adapt quickly and competently to changing industry demands.
Fast time-to-market requirements, short product lifecycles, and low-cost strategies are just a few of the many facets within the consumer electronics supply chain.
Complex logistics networks, just-in-case inventory requirements, lack of velocity. These are just some of the challenges faced by companies in the homeland security business.
Industrial and Commercial Electronics
On a daily basis, manufacturers of industrial and commercial electronics face challenges; precise repair requirements, stringent product rules, the search for replacement components for End of Life (EOL) products and just to name a few.
DEX provides a comprehensive set of solutions for the medical equipment industry, from depot repair and refurbishment through asset recovery and parts procurement.
More countries around the globe are recognizing the importance of our natural resources and are subsequently focusing on developing renewable energies such as wind and solar power.
In today’s struggling retail economy, managing the disposition of high volumes of returned merchandise, call center services, and other areas of the supply chain can result in reduced amounts of labor and capital resources.
Making an integrated-circuit computer chip, or semiconductor, is one of the world’s most complex manufacturing processes involving hundreds of intricate steps with an infrastructure that’s prohibitively expensive.
Telecommunications and Networking
Technological advancements within the telecommunications and networking industries have grown significantly.