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This paper serves several main purposes. First, it aims at approaching the topic of supply chain management as one of central importance for the successful implementation of business today. Since many companies employing SCM have continuously faced problems with its realization, numerous solutions to these problems have been offered. These include the sharing of information with parties along the supply chain as well as the utilization of advances in information technology. In fact, the importance of in-depth knowledge of different e-business models and the Internet as tools of transforming SCM has been suggested.

Tuesday, 02 October 2012 11:56
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The Automotive, Aerospace and (to a lesser extent) Defense industries are undergoing massive globalization.

They are in various stages of transformation from a regional/local model to a global model in which the buying, making, moving, and selling activities could happen anywhere in the world. To thrive in today’s globalized environment, AA&D companies are reexamining their supply chain processes and their supporting technology.

Tuesday, 02 October 2012 09:18
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US Manufacturing CostCertain conditions,including transportation and energy costs, favor re-shoring R&D and production to the United States—especially for the chemicals and metals sectors.

Localizing production can mitigate supply-chain disruptions—totalling $2.2 billion in financial impacts for United States industrial products companies in 2011. A PwC analysis finds that manufacturing steel products in the United States instead of China can provide a net cost benefi t of 2% of revenue. Reviving domestic manufacturing has been at the core of lifting the United States economy through—and in the wake of—the Great Recession.

Friday, 14 September 2012 08:13
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Companies across a broad spectrum of manufacturing, distribution, and retail segments are striving to be more demand driven.

The demand-driven strategy of allowing actual demand to pull inventory through the company and its supply chain seems simple. However for those using traditional supply chain management practices, other corporate strategies – along with some outside forces –make it a challenge to create a truly demand-driven supply and distribution network. Strategies such as increasing the pace of innovation and appealing to broader ranges of consumers are making product lifecycles shorter and product mix higher.

Tuesday, 11 September 2012 14:23
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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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