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The US-based Wal-Mart ranked first in the global Fortune 500 list in the financial year 2001-02 earning revenues of $219.81 billion (Refer Table I).

Wal-Mart was the largest retailing company in the world. The company was much bigger than its competitors in the US – Sears Roebuck, KMart, JC Penney and Nordstrom combined (Refer Exhibit I). In 2002, Wal-Mart operated more than 3,500 discount stores, Sam’s Clubs and Supercenters in the US and more than 1,170 stores in all major countries across the world. The company also sold products on the Internet through its website, walmart.com

Tuesday, 11 September 2012 12:21
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Fashion is the bellwether of change. In keeping with its reputation for the highest level of customer responsiveness, the fashion industry is poised to respond strategically to major changes occurring in today’s global supply chains. A Lean Supply Chain Management strategy can address the necessary elements of change that will ultimately enable a simpler, more efficient and responsive operations model.

Sunday, 25 March 2012 16:36
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Like you, your customers want to do business with someone who can reliably deliver what they want, when they want it and how they want it. Your success depends on
your ability to do this well, and to do it profitably. However, this isn’t always an easy feat; given that the business processes that go into delivering perfect orders cut
across many functions within a company.

Sunday, 25 March 2012 16:57
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Retailer compliance standards strive for near-perfect execution within the supply chain to efficiently and visibly speed merchandise from source to shelf. Anything less will result in lost revenue for both retailers and suppliers.

Manufacturing has long since used Six Sigma methodologies to eliminate defects, ensuring no more than 3.4 defects per million opportunities. Merchandise suppliers striving for the “Perfect Order” and looking to accomplish similar Six Sigma results, can more closely achieve this through Perfect Logistics.

Sunday, 25 March 2012 17:07
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This case study illustrates the value that can be derived from Integrated Outsourcing. The Integrated Outsourcing network discussed here is one aspect of the new paradigm known as the Demand Driven Supply Network (DDSN.) DDSN is a replenishment management model utilising a combination of processes and technologies to provide demand signals that drive the supply of parts.

Sunday, 25 March 2012 16:20
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In this paper, we intend to analyze the complex issues that OEM’s face in managing their worse nightmare – Reverse Logistics. Viable solutions will be proposed to solve the problems, streamline the operation and ultimately enhance the bottom line.Since our com-pany, Supply-Chain Services Inc. (SSI) is a 3rd party reverse logistic service  provider for major corpora-tions from a variety of industries, the numbers used and scenario described are based on our own experi-ence and data. However, a number of published re-search papers are also used as references and ap-propriately noted.

Sunday, 25 March 2012 15:32
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According to a study conducted by Dr. Dale Rogers, Professor of Supply Chain Management of University of Nevada, U.S. companies spent over $35 billion a year to handle Reverse Supply Chain problems and issues in 2000.
As indicated by Gartner Group (May, 2001), returns can erode 100% of the profit margin on the Cost of Goods sold if not managed effectively and efficiently.

Sunday, 25 March 2012 15:59
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The pressure on manufacturing organizations has increased dramatically over the last 15 years. This has been driven by globalization in the aftermath of the Cold War, the liberalization of markets, and the emergence and growth of economies such as Brazil, Russia, India and China. Organizations that continue to manufacture in high-cost countries must eliminate any “fat” from their manufacturing if they are to remain competitive.

Sunday, 25 March 2012 16:47
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IDC Manufacturing Insights recently conducted a worldwide study of over 375 enterprises, across multiple discrete manufacturing sectors covering 12 countries, on behalf of Informix.

Monday, 02 April 2012 12:46
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