Semiconductor chips are in everyday items from the phones in our hands to the cars that we drive. With the recent global shortage of semiconductor chips, many try to quickly blame the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, it was a combination of the global pandemic, natural disasters, minimal competition, and political turmoil that has resulted in our current shortage of electronic components and semiconductor chips.
The loss of current components and longer lead times have resulted in a slower pace to get manufactured goods to market. This infographic outlines how the semiconductor chip shortage affects current electronic manufacturing services manufacturers and their customers.
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