EP&T Webinar: Supply Chain
October 26, 2021 at
EP&T Magazine Hosts a Webinar: Pandemic pain in the supply stream
October 26, 2021 @2:00p.m. EDT
Component allocation continues to add challenges to the sourcing and engineering process of creating new electronic designs. Supply chain inefficiencies, rising freight and material costs are pressuring margins for all members of the electronics ecosystem in Canada. While component demand continues to accelerate, supply chain constraints and shortages are slowing production runs and causing backlogs.
EP&T Editor Stephen Law will host a panel of industry members, who will share their sector specific perspectives on the current state of affairs.
Distribution: Mouser Electronics
Coby Kleinjan, vice-president, Americas customer service & sales
Contract Manufacturing: Avnan Electro Inc.
Tony Jiang, supply chain manager
Manufacturers’ Representative: X Tronics Inc.
Claude Haji, president
Industry Group: Canada’s Semiconductor Council
Melissa Chee, CEO of ventureLAB and Vice-Chair of Canada’s Semiconductor Council
Host: EP&T Magazine
Stephen Law, Editor
45-Min Panel Discussion
15-Min Audience Q&A
Sponsored by Mouser Electronics
Frequently Asked Questions About EP&T Webinar: Supply Chain
When & Where?EP&T Webinar: Supply Chain will take place virtually via GoToWebinar on October 26, 2021 at 2:00pm EDT.
There will be a 15 minute break between live sessions.
Why Virtual?The safety and wellbeing of our employees, customers, and community is our number one priority. By making this event an online experience, it eliminates the need for attendees and sponsors to travel in-person, while enabling them to still benefit from the event content.
What’s Included?Your registration provides you with access to watch the virtual keynote, all live sessions, and on-demand recorded content and product demonstrations.
How do I access?We will email you an access link to the virtual event the morning of October 26, 2021.
If you don’t see an access link in your email inbox, please check your junk folder. If you are still unable to locate the email, contact Tara Jacobs.