Since it was founded in 2003, Tesla has become the premier electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer globally. Tesla vehicles offer drivers access to a unique blend of comfort, style, technology, and performance. Some have been critical of Tesla’s supply chain due to concerns about low sustainability scores. Despite these concerns, EVs such as those produced by Tesla generate far fewer contaminants than combustion engine vehicles. As a result, electric vehicles have gained a strong foothold in both the private transportation and supply chain logistics sectors. While there are many attributes that differentiate Tesla from other EV manufacturers, one of the most notable is its supply chain. Tesla and its polarizing CEO, Elon Musk, knew that producing some of the most advanced vehicles on the market would require them to rethink traditional automotive supply chain practices.
TALLAHASSEE, FL – Advanced Manufacturing International (AMI) has been awarded a $2M grant