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Reducing Costs Across The Supply Chain

Build the business case for improving your supply chain on three pillars: customer needs, strategic sourcing, and information flows. Build the business case for improving your supply chain on three pillars: customer needs, strategic sourcing, and information flows....

Customs and International Supply-Chains

Customs issues may not be the most obvious focal point in a discussion on supply-chain management. Nevertheless, thinking about customs issues is crucial to the success of any international supply-chain. This article aims to give a broad overview of the impact that...

Basic Concepts of Supply Chain Management

A supply chain is composed of all the companies involved in the design, production, and delivery of a product to market. Supply chain management is the coordination of production, inventory, location, and transportation among the participants in a supply chain to...

The Case for Outsourcing Procurement

As a career purchasing professional who works for an outsourced purchasing service, I found Bill Koskie’s article, ‘The Business Case Against Outsourcing’ (PUR: May 2, ’02; p.48) interesting. I agree with Mr. Koskie’s summation that...
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