From raw materials and the supply chain to alternative fuels, the industry and the timing of equipment conversations are undergoing changes.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has worsened global problems. Some of these issues have been in place since the pandemic began. In this edition of OEM Industry Update, Richard Demirjian, president of TCCI (a compressor manufacturer), discussed the many effects of the war in Ukraine. These include the supply chain in general and specifically the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) off-highway industry. He also talked with the OEM Off-Highway team about changes to compressors caused by shifts in power options and a move to alternative fuels in off-highway vehicles.
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How the Ukraine War Affects the Off-Highway Industry [https://www.oemoffhighway.com/podcasts/podcast/22288703/tcci-mfg-llc-how-the-ukraine-war-affects-the-offhighway-industry] – OEM Off-Highway [https://www.oemoffhighway.com/]
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