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Managing the Audit of Off Shore Suppliers

Managing the Audit of Off Shore Suppliers

Introduction Quality, cost, and delivery of product in time are the requirements of every organization. It is the quality of the product and service that wins the customer. Large multi-national companies are very particular in maintaining the quality of their product to have high order of customer satisfaction. This way they are able to keep up their brand name and […]

by · March 12, 2016 · Supply Chain
Cost Reduction through Improving Productivity in Order Picking

Cost Reduction through Improving Productivity in Order Picking

E-commerce has become very popular with the customers who want to do shopping conveniently from the home, office, or from any other place at their convenient time. The busy- customers have little time for going to the shopping mall and look for the items on the racks spread over the large area. With E-commerce, the customer has the choice of […]

Sales and Operation Planning – How it Differs the World Over

Sales and Operation Planning – How it Differs the World Over

Since Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) was first introduced back in the 1980s it has now become an accepted practice around the world. It has significantly changed how many supply chains operate. But is S&OP the same the world over, or are there certain differences in its methodologies across the various continents? If there are, this could be crucial information […]

Are your Sales and Operation Planning Practices up to Scratch?

Are your Sales and Operation Planning Practices up to Scratch?

When Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) is implemented and maintained properly, it forms the basis of the complete supply chain process. It’s not a new methodology by any stretch of the imagination. It’s been around for 35 years or so, since it was first conceived by Richard Ling back in 1980s. But the fact of the matter is that in […]

The latest trending in Supply Chain Planning

The latest trending in Supply Chain Planning

As the science of supply chain management gets more complex and refined, we rightly expect to gain more control in terms of supply continuity. We like to get as lean as possible in order to take advantage of keeping inventory costs down and this is where it’s important that supply chain planning (SCP) keeps pace with the development of the […]

by · February 26, 2015 · Procurement, Supply Chain
European Supply Chain and Logistics Summit

Supply Chain Station looks back at the European Supply Chain and Logistics Summit 2015

As we are rapidly approaching the end of 2014, Supply Chain Station is looking back over the year gone by at one of the premier events in the global supply chain calendar – the European Supply Chain and Logistics Summit. This year’s 16th summit was held over three days between the 16th and 18th of June in Barcelona, Spain. The […]

by · December 3, 2014 · Supply Chain