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CEO of Microchip Technology said the Shanghai pandemic lockdown caused difficulties for its supply chain, and it will need to take permanent actions regarding its Chinese suppliers if there continue to be unpredictable shutdowns.
onsemi applied to the Shanghai Municipal Commission for Economy and Information to resume work at its global distribution center in Shanghai(CGDC). The application has been approved.
China has released four whitelists of more than 2,000 companies in the key industrial and supply chain to tackle logistics problems caused by pandemic control lockdown.
World-leading semiconductor manufacturer Onsemi announced shutting down its China Global Distribution Center in Shanghai on April 18th because of the local pandemic control in a letter to its clients.
Unpredictable risks this year in 2022 have brought tremendous pressure to the Chinese automobile market and its supply chains. Government departments and carmakers are working together to come up with solutions.
Shanghai's municipal governmental department released guidelines for industrial enterprises to resume production on April 16. in response to widespread concern for economic costs from the city’s stringent pandemic lockdown.
Most of the semiconductor companies in Shanghai are managing to continue their operation despite the over-ten-day citywide lockdown with growing problems in social supplies, logistics, and transportation.