Covid claw back spurs robot growth
Last updated 6/7/2022 at 6:40am
Prior to the corona virus outbreak, economies in the industrial world were moving along fairly smoothly — reliable supply chains with “just in time” component arrivals, predictable product deliveries, low interest rates, little inflation, abundant reasonably priced energy, and an adequate workforce in seemingly peaceful world.
It was a set up for a perfect storm!
That cataclysmic eruption two years ago slammed countries worldwide just like happened with World War I and the Spanish Flu plague just over a century ago. As if the corona pandemic wasn’t enough, Russia’s invasion of U...