Is Your Global Service Supply Chain ‘Bad to the Bone’?

Flash Global Summer Music Series

Editor’s Note: This is the third installment of a 10-part series that associates music from a variety of genres and artists to aspects of high-tech global service supply chains.

There are some songs that start with such hard-core guitar riffs you can’t help but reach for the volume and crank it. “Bad to the Bone,” by George Thorogood & The Destroyers, is one of those jams. It’s one of the most badass songs of all time. Therefore, this high-octane tune fits perfectly into the mindset of a global service supply chain professional.

Our customers include many of the world’s most prominent and emerging high-tech OEMs, integrators and service providers across a wide range of industry verticals. They make rad products. The stuff that connects the world through a complex digital infrastructure. Want proof? You wouldn’t be reading this without their bad–to-the-bone products. Radical, right? And the service supply chain helps make it happen.

Bad to the Bone Service Supply Chain Support

Just like George had a confident swagger in his video, our customers do too. They’re rock stars in their own right. But they’re smart enough to know that making awesome products is not enough. They also need to provide b-b-b-bad to the bone support and services after the sale, so their customers, in turn, can do what they do best. This is what the service supply chain is all about — the handling of spare parts.

Flash Global is an expert in service supply chain. We bring simplicity to the chaos by offering end-to-end solutions that span the globe. Our core is service parts logistics — warehousing and distribution of spare parts. Technical services such as test and screen, repairs and configure to order. Field services in more than 130 countries. And global trade compliance, backed by in-region experts who can ensure goods flow smoothly across international borders. That’s how we do global solutions, locally fueled. That’s bad to the bone. That’s what our customers — and their customers — deserve. That’s what they get.

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Check out our previous installments in this series: Money for Nothing and Eight Days a Week.

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