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Samsung tops Gartner's Asian supply chain top 25

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Global research and advisory firm Gartner has releases itts annual table of the top 25 supply chains in the Asia Pacific region, Samsung takes top spot with a number of big movers.

 Research firm Gartner has published its annual table of the top 25 supply chains in the Asia Pacific region, with Samsung claiming top spot again. The goal of global research and advisory firm Gartner’s annual Supply Chain Top 25 research initiative is to raise awareness of the supply chain discipline and how it impacts the business. Samsung Electronics, retained its leadership position among companies in Asia Pacific, moving up five slots in the worldwide ranking from No. 13 to No. 8. With a vision of gaining competitive advantage through product and process excellence, it achieved first place in 2012 for smartphone and overall mobile phone sales worldwide. The company's advanced and highly integrated supply chain spans product, process and people, a key reason for Samsung's success. Lenovo (no. 2) moved up two spots from 2012, backed by impressive revenue growth and inventory turns. It also improved its global ranking by 23 spots, placing the organization at No. 20 for 2013. Lenovo's hybrid supply chain model demonstrates advanced segmentation and supply chain analytic capabilities, which helped the company to reduce costs while significantly improving delivery performance. With over one-half of all its global sales coming from Asia Pacific and Latin America, Lenovo's continued focus on this region, coupled with an improved speed to market, accelerated its move toward leadership in an otherwise depressed global PC sector.

Five new companies entered the top 10 in 2013 compared to last year - Haier, Flextronics, Honda Motor, Canon and LG Electronics.

Gartner research director Debashis Tarafdar said supply chain executives could apply the best practices from these leaders to improve their operations in the region...Read more on supplychaindigital.

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