Global Supply Chain

  • Global Supply Chain

    Global Supply Chain Advantages Paper Lisa Agnew, Heidi Lankford, Renae Pace, Courtney Ray Strategic Supply Chain Management ISCOM 370 Adrian Crystal Martin January 31, 2010 University of Phoenix Online Riordan Manufacturing Supply Chain Riordan Manufacturing is a worldwide manufacturer of plastics. The organization employs 550 people and has projected annual earnings of $46 million. The company’s products include plastic fans and fan parts produced at its facilities in Hangzhou, China

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  • Global Supply Chain Design: a Literature Review and Critique

    com/locate/tre Global supply chain design: A literature review and critique Mary J. Meixell a a,* , Vidyaranya B. Gargeya b,1 School of Management, Enterprise Hall, MSN 5F4, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030-4444, United States b Information Systems and Operations Management Department, 479, Bryan Building, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC 27402, United States Abstract In this paper, we review decision support models for the design of global supply chains

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  • Quality Issues in a Global Supply Chain: Who Is Responsible?

    Quality Issues in a Global Supply Chain: Who is responsible? There is not one entity to blame solely for the faulty capacitor. A supply chain that involves a lot of different stakeholders makes it harder to keep control over the process. In a case like this, there is more than one factor to take into consideration; financial, ethical, and contractual burdens are to be placed on the responsible corresponding parties. All stakeholders share some responsibility for the supply chain fiasco. It seems that

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    CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ORGANIZATIONS University of California, Irvine 3200 Berkeley Place Irvine, CA, 92697-4650 www.crito.uci.edu Dell Computer: Organization of a Global Production Network AUTHORS: Kenneth L. Kraemer and Jason Dedrick Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations University of California, Irvine This research is supported by a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. INTRODUCTION In 2001, Dell Computer became the world’s

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  • Global Supply Chain Design

    com/locate/tre Global supply chain design: A literature review and critique Mary J. Meixell a a,* , Vidyaranya B. Gargeya b,1 School of Management, Enterprise Hall, MSN 5F4, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030-4444, United States b Information Systems and Operations Management Department, 479, Bryan Building, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC 27402, United States Abstract In this paper, we review decision support models for the design of global supply chains

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    A systems perspective on supply chain measurements Stefan Holmberg The Authors | Stefan Holmberg, Division of Logistics, Lund University, Sweden Abstract | Both practitioners and research scientists have noted a number of problems regarding measurement activities during the past decade. The problems reported suggest that measurement activities are fragmented both within and across organizations. Expands on a systems perspective on supply chain measurements and describes how problems can

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    Competition is tougher (48% in top three); Markets and supply chains are globalizing (36% in top three); Product complexity has increased (30% in top three); and Products reach commodity status more quickly (27% in top three). Coupling these challenges with trends toward greater outsourcing and global manufacturing highlights the increasingly challenging innovation environment that companies must overcome to develop new products. Aberdeen’s Global Product Design benchmark report indicates that today’s

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  • Global Supply Chain Management

    SPD4198 Global Supply Chain Management Lecture 7: Strategic Alliance and Outsourcing SPEED, HK Polytechnic University Lesson Seven Strategic Alliance and Outsourcing Barilla SpA Part A Strategic Partnership 2 Barilla Spa Part A Barilla SpA is the world’s largest pasta manufacturer The company sells to a wide range of Italian retailers, primarily through third party distributors During the late 1980s, Barilla suffered increasing operational inefficiencies and cost penalties that

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    carried out as far the port logistics are concerned. However, the purpose of this paper has been divided into two tasks, one of which involves a critical evaluation of the application of Lean and TQM (Total Quality Management) in logistics and supply chain networks to achieve MPA objectives such as quality of service, competitiveness, reliability and efficiency. In addition the benefits and limitations from a practical perspective for MPA is evaluated. The second task of the paper aims to critically

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    for companies to establish strategic and effective supplier relationships due to the economic uncertainty throughout the global economy. Choosing new suppliers to develop long term and strategic relationships with is an essential skill that companies must master in order to remain competitive in the marketplace. New supplier development helps companies enlarge their supply base, lower product cost and service time, and optimize value. For example, some companies have products that are high mix

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    dell enterprise technology center series Implementation Study: Dell IT Scales Supply Chain Management with Oracle RAC 10g By Dave Jaffe, Ph.D. ToDD MuirheaD Tiong Tey raveenDra avuTu When the expensive proprietary servers running the Dell supply chain management systems had reached their limits, the Dell IT group migrated to cost-effective, standards-based Dell ™ PowerEdge™ servers running Oracle® Real Application Clusters 10g. This architecture helped enhance database performance while providing

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  • Vf Brands: Global Supply Chain Strategy

    VF Brands: Global Supply Chain Strategy Historically, VF had been an apparel manufacturer, so it was proud of the internal manufacturing capabilities and believed that those capabilities offered the company a significant competitive advantage. For VF’s heritage businesses, jeanswear and imagewear, 60% of which production was mainly targeted at the US market. Hence, the company should focus on quick response, rapid replenishment, and low cost. So, VF should take “cut and make” (CM) contracts. In

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    CURRENT CHALLENGES OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Acknowledgement It is only because of the grace and mercy of great Almighty ALLAH that we are able to complete our report. Without His help, in no way we could complete it. We are highly indebted to honor Sir Shoaib Ishtiaq (Bahria University) for assigning us such an important and interesting report and for his valuable guidance in carrying out this research study which benefited during our course work in the university. We would also

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  • Global and Domestic Issues in the Food Supply Chain

    Global and Domestic Issues in the Food Supply Chain (Source: Roger W. Hutt, Arizona State University) High-value and processed foods, accounting for three-fourths of total world food sales have increased in response to consumers diversifying their diets or demanding higher-quality and labor-saving food products (Regmi and Gehlhar, 2005). More and more, consumers are asking for convenience, and the food system is responding. The relatively higher cost of a ready-to-serve bag of salad is preferable

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    Manag ement Northwestern University Peter Meindl Stanfo rd University --------Prentice I-I all Uppe r Saddl e River , New Jersey ·--· PEAR SON -- · - · - - - "ibrary of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data :::hopra, Sunil Supply chain management: strategy, planning, and operation I Sunil Chopra, >eter Meind!.-3rd ed. p. em. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN: 0-13-208608-5 1. Marketing channels-Managemen t. 2. Delivery of goods-Management. i. Physical distribution

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    JCT2 - Supply Chain Management This course supports the assessment for JCT2. The course covers 10 competencies and represents 3 competency units. Introduction Overview In this course, you will be challenged with learning about the integration of activities that comprise a supply chain, from manufacturing goods through retailer sales. Understanding and proactive management of a supply chain is a key skill set for today's business executive. This course focuses on supply chain and distribution

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    competitor company’s regarding the dissimilarity of supply chain and the current production and distribution data. It also provides the details of the current use of available technological infrastructure and ways to improve and identify the strengths and weaknesses of the regional and international transportation regulations in order to analyze and determine the best approach to match the competitor’s price. Supply Chain Logistics A supply chain is a network of retailers, distributors, transporters

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  • Global Supply Chain Management

    the environmental sustainability and efficiency. They are such powerful and essential tools in implementing and getting ultimate goals. MPA's main business is maritime service. Hence, in this report, the author applied the model that is called Supply Chain Operator Reference (SCOR) to measure the Maritime Port service and how it can affect the Maritime Port performance. SCOR module for MPA includes four process that are Plan, Source, Deliver and Return. In Plan process, the author choose customer

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    Supply Chain Challenges for Food Processing Industry. By – Bhupinder Singh. Dated 5th Dec. 2009. Vista Foods – Mumbai An Group Company Vista Foods – Mumbai – India an OSI Group company. OSI Group is strategically organized into three defined Zones – The Americas Zone. The Europe Zone. The Asia /Pacific Zone. Over all OSI Group is in 26 Countries. Serving McDonald’s Worldwide and other international retails label pack. “Be ready to accept a new idea. Innovation is the lifeblood of growth

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    personal views on global supply chain management and how you plan to be a part of the field. In today’s global economy companies can no longer compete if they don’t establish collaborative relationships that expand beyond their own organization. In my opinion, Global Supply Chain Management has become increasingly important as companies look for growth opportunities in other countries as a way of increasing their global presence. It is my understanding that in order for countries to do global trade, they

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    Homework  #4  Supply  Chain                          Selina  Engel,  CM  3323       Discussion  Questions  Chapter  10       1. What   is   the   bullwhip   effect   and   how   does   it   relate   to   lack   of   coordination   in   a   supply  chain?       The  bullwhip  effect  is  a  phenomenon  that  fluctuation  in

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  • Global Supply Chain Management Parachute Inc

    Global Supply Chain Management Tutorial I 30.09.2014 Tim Schönborn S2645882 Adne Rouing S… Parachute INC. Case 1. Please draw a diagram of the production process by using only the symbols as below: Process step Inventory Point Flow of goods Note that you have to use Microsoft Visio 2010 to draw the diagram. This software is available from RUG Menu

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    14-November, 2014 BOOK: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AUTHORS:- * PROF. N.H. MULLICK * PROF. MOHD. ALTAF KHAN BOOK REVIEW:- Prof. Mullick and Prof. Khan has written this book with an objective to present a well-documented theory on supply chain management. Supply chain is a network of facilities and distribution options that performs the functions of procurement of materials, transformation of these materials into intermediate and finished products

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    Map the Supply Chain Lydia Federico MKT/421 November 24, 2014 Richard Theroux Map the Supply Chain The area of business that had decided to research is the world of perfumes and colognes industry. When discussing the supply chain of perfumes and colognes production, it is important to discuss both their "brick and mortar" facilities and their organizational web sites. Both the "brick and mortar" facilities and the web sites play a vital role in the success of modern day fragrances

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    Individual report on the Critical analysis of the case-study on Nissan-cogent Master of Science in Supply chain management (M25EKM) Phil Southey and Ike Dike Andrew Philip kakooza SID: 3532647 ABSTRACT In today’s business economy it has been said that the automotive industry among other industries have hugely occupied the United Kingdom economy and continue to do so, Nissan a very famous automobile company has been one of the most hugely successful companies both in UK, Europe and

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  • Global Supply Chain - Bric/Vista Product

    CH. 3: Global Supply Chain Purchase Homework 1. Go online and find one product that is native to one of the BRIC or VISTA countries (see Chapter One for a list of those countries if you don’t remember) and that you are sure is not carried in Lubbock area stores. This should be a product from one of those countries – NOT a product from an American company in one of those countries (for example, a soft drink that Coca-Cola sells specifically in Brazil or a special chicken sandwich sold by McDonald’s

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    SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Objective • Maximise the overall value generated – is the difference between what the final product is worth to the customer and the effort the supply chains expends in filling the request of the customer • Supply chain profitability is the difference between the revenue generated from the customer and the overall cost across the supply chain • It is the total profit to be shared across all supply chain stages • Supply chain success is measured in terms of supply chain profitability

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    INTEGRATED SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN THE GOVERNMENT ENVIRONMENT R.K. Gupta* and Pravin Chandra** ABSTRACT With the fall of East European Socialist-Bloc and opening up of the Asian markets, the trade barriers began falling during the 1980’s and continued throughout the 1990’s. This development lead to organizations having a supply chain, that criss-crossed the whole globe. The proliferation of trade agreements has thus changed the global business scenarios. The Integrated Supply Chain Management

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    level strategy it is very important they have a great relationship with its suppliers. Strong relationships with the suppliers help to drive cooperation as well as trust and value throughout the supply chain. Top management recognize the importance of developing and maintaining world class supply chains that gives them the competitive advantage that is needed to get ahead of the competition in the market. The factors that are important in maintaining a great relationship with suppliers is to know

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  • Global Supply Chain Management

    strategies may promote the implementation of green strategies in global maritime logistics and the MPA. In this report, the utilisation as well as impacts of Lean and Six Sigma strategies will be analysed. In addition to this, the two strategies will be compared and contrasted. Lean and Six Sigma assist in working efficiently and reducing wastes. In recent times, IT has proven to be a vital tool in assisting organisations and global maritime logistics. This report will examine the relationship between

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  • Supply Chain

    The Topic of interest in this essay is “Supply Chain” Definition: A supply chain is a network of suppliers, manufacturer and distributors which helps in transformation of raw materials into valuable products and delivering them to the customers at right price, right place and right time. The concept of supply chain applies not only to the physical products but also to services. In the case of services, suppliers become service supporter, manufacturer becomes service creator and the distributors

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  • Fragility in Global Supply Chains

    Fragility In Global Supply Chains Name: Institution Affiliated: Executive Summary The fragility of worldwide supply chains gets identified with rising risks, however, this is additionally identified with supply and system plan methods. The coordination of risk administration in supply chain administration has frequently been restricted, particularly for associations that have concentrated on lessening expenses and constraining working capital levels as a reaction to troublesome economic situations

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    Value and Supply Chains (IJMVSC) Vol. 6, No. 2, June 2015 ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN OF FRUITS & VEGETABLES SECTOR IN INDIA: A REVIEW Saurav Negi1 and Neeraj Anand2 1 Doctoral Research Fellow, Centre for Continuing Education, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India 2 Professor and Head (LSCM & Operations), College of Management and Economic Studies, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India ABSTRACT Purpose- The entire supply chain

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    Supply Chain Design Paper Operations of Management/OPS-571 Andres Carrillo September 14, 2015 Introduction Riordan Manufacturing is a global plastics manufacturer of beverage containers, parts, and fan parts. The organization provides products for automotive parts manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, the Department of Defense, and appliance manufacturers. The company was initially founded as Riordan Plastics, Inc. in 1991. Riordan’s focus was on research and development and licensing of

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  • Global Supply Chain

    organized by Prof. Marc Sachon of IESE Business School and Thoma Prof. Haul Lee of Stanford Graduate School of Business, you will learn about the benefits of integrating your global supply chain by recognizing the cross-functional links throughout the supply chain, from supplier to customer relationships. Integrating supply chain processes allow companies to manage relationships more effectively, which reduces cost, increases the overall internal efficiency and improves customer relationships and service

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    SUPPLY CHAIN NOTES CLASS 3 JAN 20 2016 ANSWER: B ANSWER: D ANSWER: C ANSWER: B ANSWER: A ANSWER: WE HAVE INCREASED DELIVERY TO STORES, COST ARE LIKELY TO HAVE GONE UP AND CUSTOMER SERVICE LEVELS UP. D. ANSWER: C ANSWER: E ANSWER: D ANSWER: A Answer: C Answer: D Raw materials purchased represents: well over 50% of sales for most major manufacturers. Answer: C Answer: D Total cost of ownership Bull Whip Effect: lack of synchronization among supply chain members

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    The effect of strategy on the use of supply chain management tools – exploratory survey in the Hungarian automotive industry István Jenei1, Krisztina Demeter2, Andrea Gelei3 Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration, Hungary Abstract Supply chain management (SCM) usually goes beyond company boarders. Cooperating parties are required, who decide to work together. The way how this cooperation evolves depends on the strategies and practices of the parties. In this

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    Link¨ping Studies in Science and Technology. Dissertations o No. 1105 Supply chain optimization in the forest industry Helene Gunnarsson Division of Optimization Department of Mathematics Link¨pings universitet, SE-581 83 Link¨ping, Sweden o o ISBN 978-91-85831-85-2 ISSN 0345-7524 Copyright c 2007 Helene Gunnarsson unless otherwise noted ISBN 978-91-85831-85-2 ISSN 0345-7524 Printed by LiU-Tryck, Link¨ping, Sweden 2007 o Acknowledgements First of all, I would like to give special thanks to

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    TOYOTA: A GLOBAL AUTO MANUFACTURER Toyota Motor Corporation is Japan's top auto manufacturer and has experienced significant growth in global sales over the last two decades. A key issue facing Toyota is the design of its global production and distribution network. Part of Toyota's global strategy is to open factories in every market it serves. Toyota must decide what the production capability of each of the factories will be, as this has a significant impact on the desired distribution system

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    | McDonald’s Supply Chain | | | | | | | | | Contents Introduction 3 History 3 McDonald’s in India 4 Supply Chain of McDonald’s 5 Introduction 5 Incorporating Chill Zones – The McDonalds Cold Chain 6 Validation of McDonalds Cold Chain 8 McDonalds Suppliers and Distributors 10 Outsourcing of Ingredients 12 McDonald's Supply Chain – Challenges 19 Conclusion 20 References 21 Introduction McDonald's is the leading global foodservice retailer

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  • Global Supply Chain Re-Engineering and Proposed Turnkey Strategy

    Global supply chain re-engineering and proposed turnkey strategy The difference between current supply chain and the proposed turnkey strategy The current supply chain was performing sub-optimally compared to both the industry benchmarks and internal aspirations. Its processes and infrastructure were determined to be manually intensive and inefficiency while the proposed turnkey strategy would have a radicle consolidation of suppliers, major lead time reductions and far reaching impacts on

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    2249-1058 __________________________________________________________ ETHICS IN SUPPLY CHAIN Vipul Chalotra* __________________________________________________________ ABSTRACT: Today, supply chain management is a well recognised area of academic debate. It has an international presence, with both practitioners and academics alike recognising that it’s an important area of management. An ethical supply chain is paramount to the success of modern business. Through fair and ethical interaction

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    Supply Chain Design Amanda Champion, Andrew Day, Heather Wiggins, Katrina Caver, Yvonne Tagle Jauregui OPS/571 April 25, 2016 W. Pearl Maxwell Supply Chain Design Riordan Manufacturing is considered one of the leading manufacturing companies. They produce plastic containers and parts for fans. The company was owned from a prior company called Riordan and it was purchased when it relocated to Michigan in 1992. About 8 years later it moved to China in which is now where the headquarters are

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    Statements on Management Accounting BUSINESS PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT TITLE Implementing Integrated Supply Chain Management for Competitive Advantage CREDITS This statement was approved for issuance as a Statement on Management Accounting by the Management Accounting Committee (MAC) of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA® IMA ). appreciates the collaborative efforts of the Finance Business Solutions Group at Arthur Andersen LLP and the work of Dr. C.J. McNair, CMA, of

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  • Apple Inc.: Managing a Global Supply Chain

    rP os t W14161 APPLE INC.: MANAGING A GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN 1 Ken Mark wrote this case under the supervision of Professor P. Fraser Johnson solely to provide material for class discussion. The authors do not intend to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of a managerial situation. The authors may have disguised certain names and other identifying information to protect confidentiality. op yo This publication may not be transmitted, photocopied, digitized or otherwise

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    need of the transportation issues and logistics. 2. Why your Beer Game performance cannot be considered as a component of your final grade in this seminar? The beer game performance is an example of how crucial communication is in the supply chain process. The game where each different station in the production process gives its estimates (that are mostly wrongful guesses) of what will be needed for production only increases the gap between forecasted and actual (bullwhip). The beer game

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    Title : Supply Chain Management Course Code : BUS 306 Year of Study : 3 Number of Credits : 3 credits Duration in Weeks : 15 weeks Contact Hours Per Week : Lecture (2.0 hours) Tutorial (1.0 hour) Pre-requisite Course(s) : Nil Course Aims This course aims to provide students with a clear, well-structured and comprehensive understanding of basic concepts and principles of supply chain management. The course will highlight the very important role of supply chain management

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    key company processes including Order to Delivery (OTD) and Ford Production System (FPS). One of the primary strategic goals of Ford 2000 was to decrease OTD from 60+ days to less than 15. To help overcome information constraints in Ford’s new global approach, they launched a company-wide Intranet in mid-1996. In addition, Ford further expanded upon that system to include business-to-business (B2B) capacity by January 1997 which also comprised the Automotive Network Exchange (ANX). Ford’s public

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  • Global Supply Chain

    Abstract The supply chain is a concept resulting from multiple independent entities that affect each other. This paper will discuss about Wal-Mart supply chain it will provide the six component, problems and approaches to solve the problems. Wal-Mart is one of the major retail in the world (Walmart 2011). Wal-Mart is continuously developing its business by developing its services and product portfolio. The supply chain of Wal-Mart is also effective to enhance its effectiveness within the industry

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    Supply Chain and e-Supply Chain: Structures, Strategies and Drivers 1. SUPPLY CHAIN DESCRIPTION |Supply Chain: |Activities involved in fulfilling a customer request | |Actors: |Suppliers, Sub-Contractors, Manufacturers, Transporters, Warehouses, Retailers, Customers | |Functions: |Product, Development, Marketing, Procurement, Manufacturing, Operations, Distribution, | |

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