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Just how big is the procurement opportunity for supply chain and overall corporate success?

Plenty big indeed, according to the new book, Procurement 20/20, written by a quartet of McKinsey analysts (Peter Spiller, Nicolas Reinecke, Drew Ungerman, and Henrique Teixeira).

Thursday, 16 January 2014 13:36
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autoscm

Automotive supply chains are struggling to keep pace with a surge of sales and new car models this year leading large automakers such as Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F) and Nissan Motor Co.  to brace themselves for the worst.

Wednesday, 19 June 2013 09:11
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Detroit SCM

Smaller number of suppliers with fewer facilities struggling to handle auto rebound. 

Monday, 17 June 2013 09:29
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FordProdLine2A lot of freight gets generated by the automotive industry in the U.S., in terms of supporting vehicle assembly plants as well as delivering the finished products to dealerships across the country just to name two of them.

So when automotive OEMs and their suppliers list “transportation legislation” and “supply chain concerns” as two of their biggest worries heading into 2013, it gives trucking companies an opportunity to sit at a table they typically don’t get invited to.

Wednesday, 24 October 2012 12:44
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dhl-express 0Supply Chain Matters provides expert insight on best practice and cutting edge innovation from across the global logistics sector 

DHL Supply Chain is today announcing the global launch of Supply Chain Matters, an expanded resource for logistics professionals to guide them through the core issues that are paramount to modern logistics and transport functions.

To mirror the global nature of the logistics industry and DHL’s own reach and industry expertise, Supply Chain Matters highlights the top industry trends in the world of logistics as an authoritative online industry resource helping business leaders to drive innovation and efficiency in the supply chain.

Monday, 27 August 2012 11:28
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Asia OEM

Apple Inc.'s position as the largest buyer of chips gives the firm a dominant position over suppliers. But in the critical Asia-Pacific region—where most chips are bought—local OEMs are increasing spending faster and giving Apple a run for its money in supplier relationships, according to a market research firm.

Semiconductor spending among OEMs headquartered in the Asia-Pacific region is projected to grow by an average of 6 percent in 2012, compared to 2.5 percent growth for all global OEMs, according to IHS iSuppli.

Tuesday, 21 August 2012 06:52
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Health Care

With the rising costs of health care and changes brought by reform, health care organizations must find ways to reduce costs. Though the health care supply chain has evolved rapidly over the last 15 years from the traditional “order fulfillment operation” into a “strategic analytics operation,” there’s still a significant opportunity for organizations to reduce costs by gaining more insight into their supply chain.

Monday, 20 August 2012 08:19
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Kinaxis past 30 years

I have always suffered from “a kid in a candy store” syndrome, and when Lauren Bossers asked me to write about the three greatest advancement in Supply Chain Management over the past 30 years, I was “over the moon.”

Tuesday, 10 April 2012 10:50
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LCD

Hon Hai’s investment in Sharp could rattle the LCD supply chain. Advantage Apple at the potential expense of Samsung.

Hon Hai’s move to invest $800 million for a 10 percent stake of Sharp sets up an interesting supply chain battle that will benefit Apple and potentially threaten Samsung.

Behind the popularity of Apple’s iPad is a supply chain war for components. Apple’s supply chain is second to none and the company uses its cash hoard to procure parts. That Retina Display in the iPad was a major coup. In addition, Apple will gobble up more screens should it launch an iTV.

Thursday, 29 March 2012 12:59
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Small Business Job Growth in the United States

Fifteen large corporations today announced that thousands of small businesses have a new way to do business with them, giving them access to the $300 billion that these corporations spend annually on goods and services.

Small businesses, which are catalyst for the U.S. economy now have access to the supply chains of these 15 corporations by introducing them to a free Web site called Supplier Connection. This portal is similar to the Universal College Application, where a potential vendor need only fill out simplified forms once to be considered for many types of contracts for goods and services.  Through the platform, small businesses can offer their goods and services to many large enterprises with the goal of winning contracts, growing their business and creating jobs. The website was created and is maintained by IBM through a grant of more than $10 million from the IBM International Foundation. 

Friday, 23 March 2012 14:08
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