Toyota says it will scale back production by 100,000 vehicles during October due to semiconductor shortages, reports CBT News.
Semiconductor Intelligence President, Bill Jewell, believes that it will take time to alleviate the shortage of automotive semiconductors, and the supply chain tension will continue until 2023.
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Moody's Analytics said in a report that the shortage of semiconductor chips that go into various items will normalise sometime next year while the lead times continue at a higher level.
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For long-term resilience, companies should create strong technology maps that define their semiconductor needs
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