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Chapter 17 Coordination in the Supply Chain

fill in the “gaps” in contracts Informal arrangements may eventually be formalized in later contracts Designing Effective Conflict Resolution Mechanisms Initial formal specification of rules and guidelines for procedures and transactions Regular, frequent meetings to promote communication Courts or other intermediaries Managing Supply Chain Relationships for Cooperation and Trust Effective management of a relationship is important for its success Top management is often/


FSC Controlled Wood standard FSC-STD-40-005 V2-1 Standard used in Conjunction with Chain-of-Custody Certification Version: Sep 30 2008.

12.2, 13.0, Annex 3) Required only when inputs are used from sources with unspecified risk Step 4: Complaints Mechanism (14.0) Required for all verification programs NB: Verification program is not applicable when the company only purchases “FSC /to meet CW for secondary manufacturers and companies further downstream: Proof of origin is usually not possible; Assurances needed for supply chain systems 29 11. / Annex 2 Risk Assessment 30 11. Risk Assessment Conduct risk assessment per Annex 2 for each /


AT&L / Logistics & Material Readiness Office of Deputy Assistant Secretary (Supply Chain Integration) Using IUID to Serially Manage Inventory Ms. Kathy.

. Rationalize Cost of Management Intensity Level with Item Population 4. Develop/Refine Standard Data Exchanges and Mechanisms 3. Develop/Refine Business Rules Across Logistics Enterprise 6. Obtain Approval for DLMS changes, FLIS Codes & “SIM Guidebook” AT&L / Logistics & Material Readiness Office of Deputy Assistant Secretary (Supply Chain Integration) The Way Ahead (continued) Fund transition to management by UII and sustainment thereof Perform engineering/


Chapter 3 Global Supply Chain Quality and

: U.S. Department of Commerce 3 - 3 3 Global Supply Chain Quality and International Quality Standards 1- Managing Quality for the Multinational Firm There are variety of mechanisms that firms use in globalizing: Licensing: a US corporation can / Adoption in many countries is slow Firms with little environmental exposure will adopt ISO 14000 first Global Supply Chain Quality and International Quality Standards IS0 9000:2008 ISO 14000 Eight Elements General Requirements Environmental Policy Planning /


1 Synergy 2008 Supply Market Intelligence: the Foundation for Category Management and Supplier Relationship Management Robert Handfield, PhD Bank of America.

Technologies DATA INFORMATION KNOWLEDGE 15 Business Intelligence Impact 16 Agenda The State of Supply Management Today Supply Market Intelligence - the Key to Category Management Managing Supply Chain Risk Dynamics of Breakthrough Supply Management 17 Three key elements of supply chain disruption management Disruption Discovery Disruption Recovery Supply Chain Redesign Supply Market Intelligence Enables Supply Chain Risk Mitigation Disruption Discovery –What type of detection and intelligence does a firm/


Monczka – Handfield – Giunipero – Patterson

Warranties and replacements Capacity issues Material lead times Penalty clauses Performance incentives Contract length Contract renewal mechanism Proprietary information Purchasing & Supply Chain Management, 4e Purchasing & Supply Chain Management, 4e When to Negotiate Intellectual property Resources related to closer buyer-supplier relationships Contract resolution mechanisms Spare parts After-sale service Operator and maintenance training Improvement requirements Quality Delivery performance Lead time/


Humanitarian aid: an agile supply chain?. The concept of “agility” Agility has been defined as “the ability to thrive and prosper in an environment of.

also help overcome security risks, including the risk of diversion away from aid recipients or the potential for violence. “Feed forward mechanism” The humanitarian supply chain, through an effective information infrastructure and sensitive needs assessment mechanism at the field level, would enhance supply chain agility by being very responsive to the changing needs of end users, and by being able to respond almost immediately to those/


Managing Economies of Scale in a Supply Chain: Cycle Inventory

000 = $120,000 CR=3 minimum CR Lessons from Discounting Schemes Quantity discounts play a role in supply chain coordination and improved supply chain profits Discount schemes that are optimal are volume based and not lot size based unless the manufacturer has /by pricing each unit differently based on customers’ marginal evaluation at each quantity Quantity discounts are one mechanism for price discrimination because customers pay different prices based on the quantity purchased Short-Term Discounting: Trade/


Supply Chain Risk Management

-24 Kirov’s Risk Register Internal Enterprise Risks 8. Facility Unavailability/Unreliability/ Capacity Facility breakdown Mechanical failures Sites located in high risk areas Adequate capacity 2015-06-24 Kirov’s Risk Register Internal/Design Considerations for Forward Thinking Organizations, Somers, NY: IBM, July 2014. Manners-Bell, John. Supply Chain Risk: Understanding Emerging Threats to Global Supply Chains, London: Kogan Page Ltd., 2014. 2015-06-24 Suggested Reading/Bibliography ISASA. An Introduction /


11 - 1© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Unit-5. 11 - 2© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Supply Chain Management.

the Supply Chain ▶ Benchmarking useful ▶ May not be adequate ▶ Audits may be necessary ▶ Continuing communication, Understanding, Trust, Performance, Corporate strategy ▶ Foster a mutual belief that “we are in this together” 11 - 72© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical/


Food Processing. Module 22.2: Nutrient pool substrates Nutrient pool supplies molecules for catabolism, anabolism, and to fuel ATP production ◦ ATP used.

occurs ◦ In stomach:  Mechanical processing due to churning  Stomach acid denatures protein secondary and tertiary structures  Pepsin (from parietal cells) attacks certain peptide bonds  Digests proteins to polypeptide and peptide chains Module 22.7: Protein digestion /) ◦ Ketoacidosis  Acidification of blood due to ketone body production  Leads to ketosis  Occurs when glucose supplies are limited  Fatty acid and amino acid catabolism in liver leads to acetyl-CoA production and generation of ketones/


INTEGRATED SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORKS Achieving Global Competitiveness The Logistics Way NV Creating a Globally Competitive Manufacturing Hub Creating a Globally.

Controlled Destruction Refurbished Recycled/ Recondition/ Reclaim Headquarter Auctions/ Exchanges Barter Agents Reverse Supply Chain Achieving Global Competitiveness The Logistics Way 19/08/05 N.Viswanadham Repair Center: Resource management We assume a four stage repair process Diagnosis Repair Testing Final touchup Incoming Jobs Delivery to customer Diagnostic Equipment & Mechanics Repair Equipment & Mechanics Spare Parts Final touchup crew Testers Achieving Global Competitiveness The Logistics Way/


PowerPoint presentation to accompany Chopra and Meindl Supply Chain Management, 5e Global Edition 1-1 Copyright ©2013 Pearson Education. 1-1 Copyright.

-70 Copyright ©2013 Pearson Education. Lessons from Discounting Schemes Quantity discounts play a role in supply chain coordination and improved supply chain profits Discount schemes that are optimal are volume based and not lot size based unless the /profits by pricing each unit differently based on customers’ marginal evaluation at each quantity Quantity discounts are one mechanism for price discrimination because customers pay different prices based on the quantity purchased 11-73 Copyright ©2013 Pearson/


24-1 The Digestive System Mouth---bite, chew, swallow Pharynx and esophagus---- transport Stomach----mechanical disruption; absorption of water & alcohol.

buds 24-19 Salivation controlled by the ANS parasympathetic system provides a constant supply of saliva to keep the mucus membranes moist and to lubricate the / the inactive form pepsinogen –converted by contact with HCl –gastric lipase – splits short-chain triglycerides (e.g. in milk) into two fatty acids and a monoglyceride (glycerol/into urea for excretion by the kidney Synthesizes plasma proteins utilized in the clotting mechanism and immune system Convert one amino acid into another 24-67 Other Liver /


Demand Amplification in Supply Chain. Higher Variability in Orders Placed by Computer Retailer to Manufacturer Than Actual Sales Lee, H, P. Padmanabhan.

fill in the “gaps” in contracts Informal arrangements may eventually be formalized in later contracts Designing Effective Conflict Resolution Mechanisms Initial formal specification of rules and guidelines for procedures and transactions Regular, frequent meetings to promote communication Courts or other intermediaries Managing Supply Chain Relationships for Cooperation and Trust Effective management of a relationship is important for its success Top management is often/


Putting a Price on ENERGY International Pricing Mechanisms for Oil and Gas Energy Charter Secretariat 8 th Russian Petroleum & Gas Congress/ RPGC 2010.

purposes What transaction point / reference point for the price? Where in the chain? Putting a Price on ENERGY International Pricing Mechanisms for Oil and Gas Energy Charter Secretariat 6 Standard Textbook Price Formation (Capacity limit) Volume Price Demand curve Supply curve (cost of supply) PC1 Putting a Price on ENERGY International Pricing Mechanisms for Oil and Gas Energy Charter Secretariat 7 Non-standard Theoretical Aspects/


1 Basics of Supply Chain Management. 2 Definitions.

and distribution are demand-driven –Coordinated with true customer demand None or little inventory held –Only in response to specific orders Fast information flow mechanisms –POS data Decreased lead times Decreased retailer inventory Decreased variability in the supply chain and especially at manufacturers Decreased manufacturer inventory More efficient use of resources More difficult to take advantage of scale opportunities Examples: Dell, Amazon 27/


AT&L / Logistics & Material Readiness Office of Deputy Assistant Secretary (Supply Chain Integration) Using IUID for SIM in the DoD Supply Chain Kathy.

back to JLB Develop/Refine Business Rules Across Logistics Enterprise (MPP/SCI) Develop/Refine Standard Data Exchanges and Mechanisms – AIT/AIS (SCI) Cost-Effective Item Identification (MPP) Policy/Guidance Updates (DPAP) 1 2 34 AT&L / Logistics & Material Readiness Office of Deputy Assistant Secretary (Supply Chain Integration) 99 POA&M (as of Oct 1, 2010) Action Area 20102011 JulAugSepOctNovDecJanFebMarAprMayJun 1. Policy/Guidance Updates/


SUPPLY CHAIN AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS. IMPORTANCE OF INFORMATION MANAGEMENT The development of radically new information and communication technologies.

A Brief History CPFR evolved from Efficient Consumer Response (ECR). ECR: Improve supply chain performance through better coordination of marketing, production, and replenishment activities. Prior to /Supply Chain scenario Harrington’s (1991) steps to streamlining: Bureaucracy elimination Duplication elimination Value-added assessment Simplification Process cycle time reduction Error proofing Upgrading Simple language Standardization Supplier partners Big picture improvement Automation and/or mechanization/


PowerPoint presentation to accompany Chopra and Meindl Supply Chain Management, 5e 1-1 Copyright ©2013 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall.

Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall. Lessons from Discounting Schemes Quantity discounts play a role in supply chain coordination and improved supply chain profits Discount schemes that are optimal are volume based and not lot size based unless the /profits by pricing each unit differently based on customers’ marginal evaluation at each quantity Quantity discounts are one mechanism for price discrimination because customers pay different prices based on the quantity purchased 11-73 Copyright ©2013 Pearson/


CLICK TO ADD TITLE [DATE][SPEAKERS NAMES] The 6th Global Health Supply Chain Summit November 18 -20, 2013 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Performance Based Financing.

and comply with both USG and local regulations Ensure payout could be directed to the beneficiary (CMAM) according to the funding mechanism The design required collaboration of all parties and a detailed approach The PBF intervention facilitated engaging a large supply chain organization where change had historically been difficult to encourage broadly. Close partnering on each step reinforced commitment and feasibility Hold collaborative/


Learning Market Prices for a Real-time Supply Chain Management Trading Agent David Burke Joint work with Ken Brown, Armagan Tarim and Brahim Hnich David.

– 9 th May, 2006 We demonstrate the benefits of incorporating more market data into the dynamic pricing mechanism. Outline of Talk  Introduction  Overview of TAC SCM  ‘Foreseer’ – An agent for TAC SCM  A real-time supply chain management pricing model  Pricing strategies for a real-time supply chain  Experiments  Conclusion David A. Burke – TADA/AMEC 06, Hakodate – 9 th May, 2006 Overview of TAC SCM/


AP Review Projects 1 st Period. Explanation: Negative Feedback is a primary mechanism of homeostasis, the condition of the body in which internal elements,

Over time, groups of sparrows traveled to different islands in the island chain. Within these different habitats, there were different environmental pressures such as living/ y have a more desirable trait to reproduce and reach a food supply D. The herbivore population will change because natural selection favors meiosis providing/ specific and can travel long distances through the body, which provides a mechanism for distributing signals throughout an multicellular organism. Insulin, human growth hormones, /


ISC Networks A Total Set of Supply Chain Resources in order to Compliment your objectives and Supply Chain team A Supply Chain company managed by a Supply.

Quick-Turn / Prototype PCBA Assemblies Production Volume PCBA Assemblies & Contract Mfg Complex System Integration Manufacturing Metal & Sheet Metal Plastic Injection Molding Cable Assemblies Electronic Component Sourcing Warehouse / Fulfillment Electronic & Mechanical Design Supply Chain Collaborative Services Contributions to your Business Lower material costs - - > Higher Net Margins Lower overall product lead-times - -> improved on-time delivery, lower inventory Stable end product costs Control over/


Lean Supply Chain Management Principles and Practices

a new way of thinking about supplier networks 􀂃 Lean principles require cooperative supplier relationships while balancing cooperation and competition Cooperation involves collaborative relationships & coordination mechanisms Supplier partnerships & strategic alliances represent a key feature of lean supply chain management a spectrum of 2 -Bozdogan -Lean Supplier Networks, September 2002 © 2002 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Dominant conventional approach: Vertical integration, arm’s length Theory/


Value chain Analysis Irrigated Horticultural Crops and Fodder Oromia Region Group Work.

. Ato Nigatu Alemayehu 12. Dr. Abule Ebro 13. W/t Fanos Mekonen 14 Ato Bekele Nigirti vegetables Constituents/stages of the value chain 1.1. Input supply Seed/ seedling materials (planting materials) Agrochemicals(fertilizer, pesticides) Water pump with accessories(motorized,mechanical) other technologies(Drip,sprinkler) Traction power(oxen,tractor) Hand tools(Shovel, sickle, forks,spade etc.) Natural resources(water, land) Packaging materials Labour/


The value chain for Vegetables in The Amhara Region.

vegetables Inputs Supply Production Post harvest Trading Processing TradingRetailingConsumption Value chain functions and Actors Value chain stagesFunctionsActors Input supplySeed/seedlingBoA, Cooperatives, Research centers, Individuals, NGO, Farmers, FertilizersCooperatives/Unions, AISE Agro-chemicalsRetailer shop, Ambasel, AISE and Cooperatives Value chain stagesFunctionsActors Input supplyFarm EquipmentsBoA, Ambasel, Cooperatives, NGO, Private workshops, TVET, Agricultural mechanization, Micro enterprise/


Supply Chain Security and IT Governance Nainika Patnayakuni Department of Economics and Information Systems UAHuntsville Information Security and Computer.

security related rules at points of handoffs – In market based exchange, if relationships are transitory formalization may be minimal Implications For Relational supply chains – Locus of control for security decisions will be shared – Informal, trust and shared understanding governance based mechanisms should be used for IT governance decisions and they would also rely on structural means of integration such as cross functional teams/


A perspective from research on Global Value Chain studies.

Conilh de BeyasaccSNV 6Inger JansenAPF 7Jan HoesktraWageningen University APPENDIX Summary of Literature reviewed: i. A handbook for vale chain research, IRDC; Raphael k & Mike M (2000) ii. Agricultural Cooperatives & Value Chain Coordination ; Bijmam J, Roldon M & Andrei C (2010) iii. A review on Supply chain coordination: Coordination Mechanisms, Managing Uncertiainty and Research Directions; Ashinder K, Kanda A & Deshmuk S (2008) iv. Building competitiveness in Africa/


Basys’06, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, 2006 Agent-based supply chain planning in the forest products industry Sophie D’Amours Ph.D. Professor, Université.

success Basys’06, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, 2006 Planning challenges Global Performance of the entire supply chain network (avoid local optimum et information distortion) Operation plans feasibility (avoid plans that are not feasible/ weakstrong Co-evolution Frayret, D’Amours and D’Amours 2003 simple complex Concepts of collaboration Contracts & mechanisms Collaborative rules Allocation Pricing Incentives… Local & collective goals Information & decision technologies Protocols & workflows Basys’06/


Germplasm supply systems: Market- based and Decentralized interventions Which way do we go? Charles Wambugu, ICRAF.

Smallholder Dairy Farmers Small Seed Producers Seed Dealers Western Kenya Central Kenya Linking farmers to buyers: Market Chain for calliandra seed Dairy coops & societies Seed stockists Smallholder Seed Producers Seed market chain: ICRAF interventions- improving market linkages Decentralised seed supply systems Aim: To develop mechanisms for sustainable germplasm supply The steps that were used:  Free seed distributed to fodder shrub groups in new areas  Enhancement/


Regulating Supply Chain Mark-Ups to Control Medicine Prices—A Review of the Literature in Low- and Middle- Income Countries Ball, Douglas

3 Introduction 2 Public sector supply chains may also be traditional: Manufacturer  CMS  RMS  health facility  patient Or can involve ‘modifications’ and can be integrated to the private sector distribution mechanism to various degrees – / EconLit and Internet (Google) supplemented with additional measures: – PubMed : Four domain search strategy: the policy, the supply chain, pharmaceuticals and developing countries. (564 articles reduced to 37 after review) – EconLit : Three domain search strategy:/


Logistics in China Theory and Practice Yi, Junmin Guest Researcher, IØT/NTNU Home Institution: School of Mechanical Engineering East China Jiaotong University.

for railway, Administrative of Aviation (CAAC) for airway, it lacks a strong co-ordination and co-operation mechanism for these separated ministries. On the contrary, they compete for the government investment for their own sector./ span over sea, air and land transport, Services areas, including distribution, supply chain management and information technology.Services areas, including distribution, supply chain management and information technology. Hong Kong’s hinterland is Guangdong province, which /


Norman M. Sadeh e-Supply Chain Management Laboratory ISR- School of Computer Science Carnegie Mellon University Supply Chain Trading Agents: Competition-Based.

- 200 researchers worldwide Game has been refined in collaboration with SICS and U. of Minnesota. Copyright ©2006 N. Sadeh CS-50 Supply Chain Trading Agents Slide 9 Underlying Research Objectives  Explore future possible supply chain trading scenarios Understand tradeoffs associated with different market mechanisms and contractual relationships Develop competitive and robust trading strategies Study emerging behavior resulting from multiple organizations competing in overlapping customer and/


Ⓒ Olof S. Food chain functioning in the pig meat sector Pierluigi Londero – Simon Kofoed-Dam DG for Agriculture and Rural Development European Commission.

VU? Agricultural commodity prices Overall inflation (HICP) Food producer prices Food consumer prices 7 Recent initiatives on food supply chain Commission: Communications and staff working documents (latest in October 2009) Council: Presidency conclusions (March 2010) European Parliament/ - this prevents from drawing conclusions on the functioning of the price transmission mechanism in the food supply chain. 18 Price transmission analysis based on absolute prices objectives and coverage Product coverage/


Bitcoin A Decentralized, Public Ledger Digital Asset Transfer Mechanism The views and opinions expressed here are not necessarily those of the Federal.

-keeping devices. 2. Ledgers: accounts containing monetary objects. 3. Payment protocols: value transfer mechanisms. 4. Monetary policy: protocol to manage money supply. Money and Payments System 1. Monetary tokens. Money and Payments System 2. Secure ledger./ digital cash. POW: Dynamic Membership Multisig P2P payment requests broadcast to network are validated and added to the block chain by pseudonymous “miner nodes.” Miners must collectively “sign off” on requests. How? Simple voting procedure will not/


CHAPTER 10- CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT

customer problems. They do not allow for much “out-of-the-box” thinking. Principles of Supply Chain Management: A Balanced Approach by Wisner, Leong, and Tan. © 2005 Thomson Business and Professional Publishing Key Tools & Components of CRM- Cont. Web Site Self-Service- Web sites act as support mechanisms for call centers. Customers can access their account information and operating hours, contact information, etc/


Page 1 Stephen C. Graves Copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved Strategic Safety Stocks in Supply Chains: Update on Recent Work Stephen C. Graves MIT, E53-347.

cross- functional debate Shows the effectiveness of inventory, strategically positioned in a few places to de-couple the supply chain De-couple supply chain prior to a high-cost added stage; and prior to product explosion Most leverage from lead time reduction / orders in a simple (no lot sizing, etc) MRP system. Both the forecast evolution model, and similar order mechanisms have been considered before; new contribution is to consider non-zero service times in a global optimization problem cumulative lead/


Link Resolvers and the Serials Supply Chain A UKSG-funded research project undertaken by Scholarly Information Strategies Presented by: James Culling,

suppliers building their own proprietary Knowledge Bases (KBs) for the market Description of the supply chain StakeholderKnowledge Base Supply Chain Role(s) Relationship WithStakeholder’s Expectation of Relationship Publisher / Content Host To make /sufficiently descriptive (title identifiers, coverage information); structured (comma or tab-separated file format is typical). Mechanism for online collection is in place. To collect subscription details from Subscription Agent for customising some knowledge/


Session 6: Managing Stakeholder Relations

Continually check stakeholder positions Evaluate strategic progress Conduct social/environmental audits Unit 6.2: Identifying and Prioritizing Supply Chain Stakeholders Contextual stakeholder reality: Diverse SC stakeholders and stakes. Stakeholders have interests in & claims on /impacts occur. Judicial and non-judicial grievance mechanisms important in state duty to protect and CR to respect. Judicial mechanisms to investigate, punish and redress. Non-judicial mechanisms: company level, state-based, multi-/


1/31 International Issues in Supply Chain Management Designing & Managing the Supply Chain Chapter 8 Yun-Ho Song

to manufacture within European, Pacific Rim, or North America trading block  Various trade protection mechanisms can affect international supply chain decisions.  Tariffs and quotas affect what can be imported, and lead a company to decide/ LOGISTICS  Infrastructure  First World, relative economic conditions have affected the mix of logistics and supply chain components  Emerging nations, the supply chain infrastructure is usually not fully in place. logistics as a necessary expense and not a strategic/


Project Supply Chain Management Chapter 12 Contemporary Project Management Kloppenborg © 2012 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be scanned,

response consistently. Third Parties Capacity aggregation Inventory aggregation Transportation aggregation by transportation intermediaries and storage intermediaries Warehousing aggregation Information aggregation Receivables aggregation Relationship aggregation Lower costs and higher quality Mechanisms to grow supply chain performance: © 2012 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be scanned, copied or duplicated, or posted to a publicly accessible website, in whole or in part. Lean Purchasing/


Electronic Markets and Supply Chain Coordination Xiaotong Li September, 2002 This project was supported by a research grant from CMER University of Alabama.

sharing becomes a challenge. Some recent studies along this line include information sharing (Lee and Whang 1998), IT-enabled new contracting mechanisms (Jin and Wu 2001) and the Internet facilitated new distribution channels (Netessine and Rudi 2001), and e-business supply chain integration (Lee and Whang 2001). The 1 st Model ( Preliminary with unclear Tractability) The first model examines a newsvender model in/


The Dynamics of Agri-food Supply Chains in Transition Countries : Implications for Government Policy and World Bank Operations Johan F.M. Swinnen ECSSD.

Swinnen -- WB seminar, Rome 05 Globalization and transition dramatically change supply chains TRANSITION : disruption of supply chains TRANSITION : disruption of supply chains GLOBAL FORCES rapidly change the environment of farmers and agri-food companies/Many cases and stories where contract enforcement problems undermines VC Private enforcement mechanisms can be more important than public institutions Private enforcement mechanisms can be more important than public institutions Swinnen -- WB seminar, Rome/


E-MARKETPLACES: STRUCTURES AND MECHANISMS Chapter 2.

12  Other business partners In addition to intermediaries, several types of partners, such as shippers, use the Internet to collaborate, mostly along the supply chain  Support services - certification - escrow services (to ensure security) - content providers Types of E-Marketplaces and Mechanisms: from Storefronts to Portals Chapter 2 Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall 13 Storefront (B2C e-marketplace) A single/


Dr.sc. Goran Dukic, Assist. Prof. University of Zagreb Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture Industrial Engineering Department Zagreb,

Goran Dukic, Assist. Prof. University of Zagreb Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture Industrial Engineering Department Zagreb, Croatia / (ecological awareness). The concept that encompasses environmental initiatives in all stages of supply chain is called Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) Green thinking in supply chains GSCM... “integrating environmental thinking into supply chain management, including product design, material sourcing and selection, manufacturing processes, delivery /


The CAPE Systems Group REDEFINING SUPPLY CHAIN & LOGISTICS SOFTWARE THE CAPE SYSTEMS GROUP.

London) A larger management team A larger management team Greater expertise in Logistics and the Supply Chain Greater expertise in Logistics and the Supply Chain Increased sales and marketing capabilities Increased sales and marketing capabilities Additional programming resources Additional programming/Mart and DOD RFID mandates. Provides a simple and elegant mechanism for companys to start their RFID pilot programs. Provides a simple and elegant mechanism for companys to start their RFID pilot programs. An /


Large Scaling Up From Haute Cuisine to Good Fast Food - taking advantage of the momentum for large scaling up in the water supply & sanitation sector Outcomes.

Strategy Reflections and Open Questions Contacts and References 3.Establishing Good Governance and an Enabling Environment Mechanisms for Multi-directional accountability are defined and established for central and local level including measures in / and within all actors: Public Sector: National and local governments, municipalities Private Sector: construction, masons, supply chain, microfinance Civil Society: NGOs, CBOs Donors Most probably new or revised procedures, codes and legal interlinkages need/


Opportunities in the Saskatchewan Mining Supply Chain

Camp/lodging Drilling Geochem Analysis Field Supplies and Equipment Communication and Freight Projects Supply Chain Opportunities Opportunities exist in both new mine and mine expansion development Key manufactured goods required: Concrete Steel and fabrication Electrical Pumps and piping Valves and fittings Equipment Miscellaneous Surface Construction Overhead cranes Compressors Agitators Belt scales Heavy civil construction Mechanical rotating equipment Mill/product storage/flotation buildings/


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