Watch: Supply Chain Update – coronavirus crisis impacts and US election implications (EP.1)


Automotive Logistics’ Livestream Hour season 2 kicks off with the latest forecasts on global vehicle production, a review of supply chain trends and insight into what the US presidential election results could mean for the sector. 

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In this episode, we share updated global vehicle production forecasts from our special guest Joe McCabe, CEO and president at automotive data specialists AutoForecast Solutions, and discuss the key drivers and trends impacting vehicle production and supply chain. In the wake of determining the results of the US presidential election, we unpack what the significance of a Biden or Trump victory would mean for the automotive industry and global trade. We also analyse what the latest restrictions from the Covid-19 crisis will mean for the automotive supply chain, while exploring how global platform architecture is developing with opportunities for suppliers and logistics providers.

We also take a brief look back at some of the highlights and key insight from Season 1 of the Livestream Hour and from the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Live virtual conference – including the changes, technologies and partnerships that will matter most to automotive supply chains and logistics.

Special guest:

Joe McCabe, CEO & President at AutoForecast Solutions

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