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The real solution to fake parts

The high tech supply chain is more vulnerable to counterfeit components than ever before.
With increasingly sophisticated criminal, the only way to protect the supply chain is through tool, technology, and new thinking about industrial aftermarkets.
This white paper from Verical looks at securing supply chains through data transparency and better market design.

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