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The Resilience of the Semiconductor Supply Chain

The semiconductor industry is changing. After three years of disruption, shortages and strong demand, chip makers and their customers are striving to increase the resilience of their manufacturing networks and supply chains. They are applying lessons learned during the pandemic to build systems that can mitigate shocks and support sustained long-term growth.

Semiconductor players are making unprecedented investments in new manufacturing facilities, aiming to increase overall capacity and reduce the geographic concentration of critical production capabilities. Their customers, meanwhile, are rethinking their product, inventory, and supplier collaboration strategies.

This discussion paper examines the logistics implications of these shifts, from the challenge of building and supporting multiple new fabrication plants to the need for smarter, more flexible supply chains for semiconductor components.

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Construction Logistics at Intel

Interview with Shay Bar-El from Intel on construction logistics for semiconductor fabrications.