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    exactly what its contents become, be they a bottle of perfume or a bottle of milk. An interesting fact for distributors: choosing the right size and material for your packaging could cut your logistical costs considerably. Wherever you are in the supply chain, your department needs to think hard about packaging: an under-discussed but increasingly important factor in commercial success. In her paper investigating product packaging, Bo Rundh lists the external influences on package design that show

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    A – Supply Chain Strategy The supply chain strategy chosen for the power tool company is a long term partnering relationship with few suppliers. The long term vision of the company is to make quality products and constantly stay ahead of the competition with innovation. The best way to accomplish this strategic long term goal is to partner with key suppliers that operate using a strategy of long term thinking based on trust and transparency. Ray Kroc was one of the pioneers on forming partnerships

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    AMUL’S SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Submitted By : SRIRAM MUKUND DINESH M INDEX 1) INTRODUCTION TO AMUL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2) STRATEGIES OF AMUL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3) AMUL’S SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT . . . . . . . . . . 6 4) GCMMF’S SUPPLY CHAIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 5) E- SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT OF AMUL . . . . . . . . . . .13 6) AMUL CYBER

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    branded FMCGs. It has a fleet of 10 tempos, which supplies its stores once a day. As the discount format requires holding costs to be at a minimum all the stores are connected in an intranet to facilitate inventory planning. Also spot payments made, helped to get cash discounts to the company. 3. Field Fresh Distribution Strategy It follows a strategy of minimum suppliers to take advantage of economies of scale (in purchasing and supply logistics), reduced overheads and control requirements

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    differences and similarities between the concepts of Supply Chain Management and Logistics Management. Supply Chain Management definition states that: consists of firms collaborating to leverage strategic positioning and to improve operating efficiency. Logistics Management implements the plans for efficient move of goods and personal. So similarities they are both used to achieve efficiency and economics of scale but the differences being Supply Chain is a strategic choice while Logistics is the

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    Assurance-of-supply strategies: | Designed to ensure that future supply needs are met with emphasis on quality and quantity. | | | | Competitive-edge strategies: | Designed to exploit market opportunities and organizational strengths to give the buying organization a significant competitive edge. | | | | Cost-reduction strategies: | Designed to reduce the laid-down cost of what is acquired, or the total cost of acquisition and use—life-cycle cost. | | | | Environmental-change

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    In today’s business, supply chain is greatly recognized as one of the most important thing in order to effectively satisfy customers’ needs. Supply chain management is managing the flow of information and materials from the first supplier to the end customer (Fawcett et al, 2007). But Akkermans (1999) said that in reality is that companies do not engage in such extensive supply chain integration. Supply chain management is important to be established for all firms without exception in order to

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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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    Fresh Milk Supply Chain: Supply chain means managing upstream and downstream value-added flows of materials, final goods, and related information among supplier, the company, resellers, and final consumers. Firm Fresh the upstream and downstream value-added flows of raw materials, final goods, and related information among supplier, the company, resellers, and final consumers. The figure in bellow described the Firm Fresh supply chain stage: Fig: Stages of Firm Fresh Milk Supply Chain.

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    Is supply chain management for real or is it just another fad? Does the answer to this question depend on how a company pursues SCM? Supply chain management (SCM) is the economic theory of comparative advantage applied at the company level. Supply chain management is the activities to maximize customer value and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. Supply chain management represents an effort by suppliers to develop and implement supply chains that are as efficient and economical as possible

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    Chapter 2 Supply Chain Performance: Achieving Strategic Fit and Scope True/False 1. A company’s competitive strategy defines the set of customer needs that it seeks to satisfy through its products and services. Answer: True Difficulty: Easy 2. The value chain emphasizes the close relationship between all the functional strategies within a company. Answer: True Difficulty: Moderate 3. A company’s product development strategy defines the set of customer needs that it

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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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    PERFORMANCE SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY CHAIN THE &THE VS. HYPE REALITY 46 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT REVIEW · SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2001 www.scmr.com The conventional wisdom is that competition in the future will not be company vs. company but supply chain vs. supply chain. But the reality is that instances of head-to-head supply chain competition will be limited. The more likely scenario will find companies competing— and winning—based on the capabilities they can assemble across their supply networks

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    DB704 Strategic Supply Chain Management and Logistics Version 4 Credits 20 Assignment 1 Individual Assessment Due Date | | Date submitted | | Total marks | 200 | Weighting | 20% | Name of student- Amul Patel | ID No.: 12000608 | I declare that this is my own work - Signature of student | | Task 1 - Learning Outcome 1 | % | Assessment Criteria | Marks | Your Marks | Covering assessment criteria: 1.1. Assess the importance of effective supply chain management for an organisation

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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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    A supply chain is dynamic and involves the constant flow of product, information, and funds between a variety of stages in supply chain. These supply chain stages are customers, retailers, wholesalers, manufacturers, service provider and raw material suppliers. An example of stages and different flows in the supply chain would be, when a customer purchases Acer Computer online, the supply chain includes the customer, Acer's website, the Acer assembly plant, and all of Acer's suppliers and their

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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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    seasons would have already gone by and the supplies manufactured would be out of season. The company would have also missed the two or three style seasons that have already gone by. The only way to resolve this issue is to reduce the lead time by 15 weeks to being only 3 weeks lead time. To the left is a chart of the flows of product, information, and financial settlements between Miliken, apparel shops design & manufacture apparel, department store chain headquarters & distribution centers, and

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    Describe your 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

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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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    The Impact of “Cloud Computing”-based Information Sharing on Supply Chain Li YiPeng, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, School of Information and Safety Engineering, Wu Han, China, Lyp2357@163.com The research presented in this publication uses both analytical and methodological approach through mathematical models to exploit a real time information sharing based on “Cloud Computing”. The author has clearly provided type, limitation and limited orientation to the following terminologies

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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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    Q1-1. I agree with the statement that supply chain integration can be readily attained by merging suppliers and industrial customers to form a larger conglomerate. Different parts in supply chain including raw materials, manufacturing and transporting should share information and work closely together to increase the efficiency. For example, with the use of share management information systems (MIS), suppliers and contributors can know the changes in demand and provide timely replenishment. This

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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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    University OF NEwfoundland Student Number: 201135217 Lacey Edwards Memorial University OF NEwfoundland Student Number: 201135217 Inventory Essay Business 6415 – Supply Chain Management Inventory Essay Business 6415 – Supply Chain Management Risk pooling is a powerful tool that addresses the variability in the supply chain because it suggests that demand uncertainty can be reduced if a company combines the demand uncertainty from across locations into one. This theory is based on the fact

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    Introduction Inventory serves as a useful purpose in the supply chain. Many supply chain managers say firms can help decrease the need for inventory by carefully managing factors that cause inventory levels to increase. Inventory can be defined as the result of imbalance between supply and demand. The term inventory drivers comes from the consequences of certain supply or demand characteristics, such as: product desirability, responsiveness, information, collaboration, and visibility (St. John,

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    1. What are the advantages of each of Darden’s four supply chains? The advantages: a) First supply chain- smallware: Linens, dishes, table and kitchenware, and silverware are purchased with Darden taking title as they are received at the Darden Direct Distribution (DDD) warehouse in Orlando, Florida. Darden buys in economical bulk quantities and cut down the shipping price on all the small items such as napkins. It manages the warehouse as well as others might. From this single warehouse, smallware

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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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    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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    Supply Chain Management Raymont Curry ISCOM/370 July 11, 2001 Instructor: Kathryn Kendall Supply Chain Management Supply chain management is a combination of several things that improves the way an organization locates the necessary components that is needed to make a product or service and deliver that product or service to their customers. The components of a supply chain management are as follows; a plan that an organization needs is the strategy for managing all the resources

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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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    CHAPTER TWO  Supply Chain Management Chapter 2 Supply-Chain Management PROBLEMS 1. Buzzrite Company a. Current Year’s average aggregate value = $48,000,000/6 = $8,000,000 Next year’s average aggregate inventory value = ($48,000,000 × 1.25)/6 = $10,000,000 Increase in the average aggregate inventory value = ($10,000,000 – 8,000,000) = $2,000,000 b. Number of turns to support next year’s sales with no increase in inventory value = (1.25)(6) = 7.5 turns. Thus, the change in inventory

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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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    components of the supply chain for that product or service ------------------------------------------------- As an employee of Amul India, I have witnessed the supply chain of dairy products, which is as under: [SUPPLIER TIER I] Firstly cows are milked in the dairy and milk is stored in refrigerated silo for 48 hours Refrigerated tanker collects milk from dairy farm in a frequent interval and transports it to the factory for processing Above this entire supply chain are UPSTREAM EXCHANGES

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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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    | | 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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    1. What is the primary function or role of purchasing in the supply Chain? Purchasing is the key business function for acquiring materials, services, & equipment in an organization. It means obtaining merchandise, capital equipment; raw materials, services, or maintenance, repair, and operating (MRO) supplies in exchange for money or its equivalent. The primary goals of purchasing are to ensure uninterrupted flows of raw materials at the lowest total cost; to improve quality of the finished

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    Succeeding in Supply Chain Management There are a number of students who see the beauty in supply chain management. In order to achieve a Bachelor’s in Supply Chain, students have many obstacles to cross.Students must first realize, what supply chain management is all about. Supply Chain Management shows students the life cycle of a product. This includes different stages like the introduction, growth, maturity and decline stages. The process starts from extracting raw material and producing it

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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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    supplier stage to a customer stage in the supply chain. Distribution is the key driver of the overall profitability of a firm because it affects both the supply chain cost and the customer experience directly. To meet the customer need properly every supply chain manager should have deep knowledge about supply chain distribution network. Supply chain manager should know the strength and weakness of all distribution networks to achieve strategic and increase supply chain profit. The report entitled “Comparative

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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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    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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    Business Strategies for Managing Complex Supply Chains in Large Emerging Economies: The Story of AMUL Pankaj Chandra Devanath Tirupati Indian Institute of Management Vastrapur, Ahmedabad 380015 India chandra@iimahd.ernet.in devanath@iimahd.ernet.in Revised April 2003 Acknowledgement: We would like to thank BM Vyas, MD, GCMMF, Kailash Vyas, MD, AMUL and many employees of the two organizations for hours of discussion, for making documents on performance and practices available to us for research

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    227 • Kumaran L.A., Ganesan, 2011, " Influence of E-Business in SME's Supply Chain Management: A Status Review", European Journal of Social Sciences - Vol23, PP423 - 500 • Shukla R.K., Garg D., Agarwal A., 2011, " Understanding of Supply chain: A literature Review", International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, vol 3, PP 2059 – 2072 • Cooper, M.C., Lambert, D.M., & Pagh, J. (1997) Supply Chain Management: More Than a New Name for Logistics. The International Journal of

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    importantly who has the supply chain, and who can get the product out to meet standards of the customer? Supply chain managers are continuously faced with this major challenge from the top of their supply chain operations to the bottom. Effective supply chain management of an enterprise reduces costs, lead times, and inventories throughout the entire supply chain. Customers want the ‘perfect orders’ and expectations to reduce manufacturing costs put corporate supply chains under immense pressure

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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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