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The shortage is winding down, but we're not out of the woods yet. Excess stock is building up faster than manufacturers can mitigate it, how did the shortage lead to so much excess? We tell you how and why in this overview.
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Sourcengine Q4 2022 Lead Time Report Highlights

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The How, What, and Why of the Chip Shortage

How did the chip shortage start? Why has it gone on for so long? What happens now that demand is dropping? The shortage is ending, but these questions remain. It's time to answer them.
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Nov 10

What to do with Electronic Component Excess

Electronic component excess is coming. Softening demand is starting to take effect across all sectors, but chip orders made months ago are still rolling in. With little time on hand, how do you manage excess inventory? We'll tell you how.
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