MANY A TIME, the obvious complexities of everyday items elude us. Take the device many of us treat as extensions of ourselves: the mobile phone. CNBC estimates that Apple works with suppliers in 43 countries and six continents to make the iPhone; more, if broken down into raw materials.1 Or the vehicles that we so heavily depend on as an assertion of self-efficacy. These products are narratives woven together to tell the intricate story of global connectivity. And in the midst of such complexity, one chapter stands out for its familiarity. Globetronics is a homegrown manufacturer that is powering our ...
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