The SEMI Supply Chain Management (SCM) initiative is a one-of-a-kind global platform that brings together top industry leaders to advance a more resilient and agile electronics supply chain. Through deep dives, educational forums, benchmarking, standards development, and strategic partnerships, the initiative seeks to empower members to anticipate and respond to future disruptions proactively.
SCM INITIATIVE EXPLAINED
The SCM initiative leverages SEMI’s broad and deep industry reach across the value chain to proactively identify supply chain challenges and find solutions.
SCM INDUSTRY ADVISORY COUNCIL
The SCM IAC is a decision-making leadership council representing the electronics value chain to advance an agile and resilient global electronics supply chain.
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WHAT MEMBERS ARE SAYING
Semiconductor supply chains and supply chains containing semiconductors are global. As part of Industry Advisory Council of the SEMI Supply Chain Management Initiative, we have the ability to collectively reduce the bullwhip effect in our supply chains and mitigate future chip shortages in a sustainable way.
A transparent semiconductor supply chain is a vital first step towards imrpoved resiliency to ensure our industry's future growth. The SEMI Supply Chain Management Initiative serves as a critical platform to achieve this objective collectively and collaboratively.
As a strategic partner to the SEMI Supply Chain Management Initiative, Resilinc looks forward to providing a decade's worth of supply chain mapping and risk monitoring data to help advance the Council's mission of creating a more agile and resilient electronics supply chain.
As a technology partner, both as a customer and supplier to the industry, Schneider Electric is an eager participant of the SEMI Supply Chain Management initiative. The world will continue to accelerate electrification and we know the demand for semiconductors will continue - it’s in all of our interests to work together to improve resilience across the whole industry.
Collaboration is the key to advancing the security and resiliency of semiconductor supply chains. As a leading manufacturer in this crucial industry that the world depends on to transform how we live, work, and connect, GlobalFoundries is proud to participate in the SEMI Supply Chain Management initiative.
SUPPLY CHAIN INITIATIVE MEMBERSHIP
As the global industry association representing the electronics design and manufacturing supply chain with more than 2,500 member companies, SEMI can leverage its broad and deep industry reach to develop a virtual platform to collectively identify and address pressing supply chain challenges while helping members anticipate issues and risks and proactively identify solutions across the semiconductor value chain and ecosystem.
- Supply Chain forum for just electronics companies to share best practices and benchmarks, and discuss non- or pre-competitive supply chain issues that need collective resolution
- Leverage SEMI across the value chain in areas that may be challenging for members today to address just by themselves.Join leaders across the industry to solve problems together.
- Collectively accelerate the adoption of SCM tools and platforms, develop strategies to address supply chain vulnerabilities and protect your businesses now and in the future.
- Assist in developing reports, analysis and how-to guides
- Access to member contributed blogs.
- Anyone with a business or technology interest in supply chain in the end-to-end electronics ecosystem and adjacencies is invited to participate, including:
- Material suppliers (Assembly, Chemicals & Solids, Gases, FPD, Mask Making, Process, Substrate, Test, Photovoltaic, Nanotechnology)
- Device manufacturers: semiconductors, MEMS, sensors, imaging systems, displays, etc.
- Semiconductor design houses
- Electronics manufacturing equipment, materials, and services suppliers
- Government agencies and policy experts
- R&D and Innovation institutes
- Security and safety experts
- Software developers and ISVs
- Logistics Providers
- To join the SCM initiative, you first have to be a SEMI member. Learn more about SEMI membership and cost of membership.
- Fill out our membership application.
- Contact your local SEMI office to speak to a representative from that region or email us with any questions at email@example.com.
SCM Initiative Contacts
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