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Digital manufacturing meets the supply chain and helps Automotive OEMs overcome challenges

Estimated Watching Time: 63 minutes


Digital twin supply chain

Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers are facing increased competition and increased demand for higher productivity. Meanwhile, both regional and global events are exposing supply chain vulnerabilities. In this on-demand webinar, we show how digital manufacturing operations and supply chain management can work together to build a resilient supply chain that can help you achieve your manufacturing goals and meet customer demands.

Multiple disruptions challenge decision-making – the new world of manufacturing

Manufacturers are facing a variety of potential disruptions to their supply chains, such as raw and intermediate material shortages, volatile shipping costs, and workforce and warehouse unavailability. These disruptions create challenges around decision-making. To overcome these challenges, companies need to connect manufacturing and the supply chain in both the digital and real worlds.

Connecting manufacturing and supply chain in the digital and real worlds

Connecting manufacturing and the supply chain in both the digital and real worlds entails using a comprehensive digital twin. Connecting the two through the digital twin helps create transparency across the organization and enables data-driven decision-making.

The path to flexible manufacturing and transparent supply chains

By connecting manufacturing and the supply chain using a comprehensive digital twin, companies can model complex relationships across the manufacturing ecosystem. This means they can quickly evaluate different scenarios and facilitate cross-functional collaboration. Advanced planning and scheduling software can help companies move toward having a digital enterprise with flexible manufacturing and an optimized and transparent supply chain.

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