Supply Chain

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Supply Chain Management is the management of the flow of goods and services from their point of origin to the final point of consumption.

Supply Chain encompasses all activities from sourcing services and procuring the raw materials necessary for their product, to managing the relationships between vendors, intermediaries, and 3rd parties, to managing a smooth flow in production and information processes .

Transportation management is only a piece of the entire Supply Chain Scope.

Supply Chain Management in business is the Strategy that drives the day to day business operations.

Supply Chain Management can be applied to all companies, from your local baker to the international conglomerates of the world. Companies like Apple, Dell, Target, Amazon, and Wal-Mart invest heavily in the development and optimization of their supply chain to be competitive and offer superior services.

Through this site, I’ll be exploring multiple Supply Chain topics and business issues that shape the market today, and how those strategies affect the consumer daily such as.

Basics of Supply Chain

Employee Retention in the Age of Millenials

The Optimization Task Force

Transportation & The Environment

 

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