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Apple VP profile details aggressive cost-saving efforts and tense supplier relationships

[2020-01-23 21:08:53]

Apple is widely regarded for its intricate supply chain, and a new report from the Wall Street Journal today details the procurement executive currently leading those relationships. Tony Blevins is Apple’s vice president of procurement, and his job is to work closely with suppliers — or, “badgering suppliers to get costs down,” as the report describes. The post Apple VP profile details aggressive cost-saving efforts and tense supplier relationships appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple VP profile details aggressive cost-saving efforts and tense supplier relationships


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