Corporate supply chains need to be wary of suppliers that are financially distressed. High risk suppliers can expose your company to a variety of issues, which can ultimately have an impact on your company's supply chain, sales revenue and reputation.
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We take a look at two companies occupying different spaces within the overall beverage industry – Reed's, Inc. and Monster Beverage Corporation – to see how they compare on financial risk.
Solar panel demand in China is estimated to fall by approximately one-third in 2018, weakening the profitability of manufacturers and putting distressed operators like Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited in greater peril.
A contraction in credit is not something that might occur: It will happen at some point. Risk professionals dealing with the transportation and manufacturing industries are better off preparing now, while economic conditions are still strong.
The McClatchy Company and The New York Times represent two ends of the financial risk spectrum in the newspaper industry, highlighting the need for vigilance.
Argentina is using extraordinary measures to keep its economy afloat. As the peso declines, businesses that are heavily reliant on debt financing could be in trouble if problems persist.
In the steel industry, major players AK Steel Holding Corporation and Steel Dynamics, Inc. are two examples of public companies with markedly different financial situations in 2018.
The PAYCE® score allows CreditRiskMonitor subscribers to stay at the front of cutting-edge technology to keep ahead of risk from private companies in their portfolios.
Nearly 30 percent of Australia's public companies in our CreditRiskMonitor global directory are at a FRISK® score which indicates an elevated level of bankruptcy risk in 2018. Supply chain professionals must know that even in a strong Australian economy, risk exists in plenty of industries.
For grocery stores, suppliers and lenders often have the most risk exposure. Tops Holdings and Southeastern Grocers filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring in early 2018, largely as a result of their heavy debt burdens.