Supply chain integration

Supply chain integration Supply chain integration Introduction to Supply chain integration Supply chain management revolves around the parties associated with the supply chain. These parties involve the suppliers, manufactures, warehouses, transportation agencies, sellers and stores. The efficient supply chain management is all about the efficient coordination of all these parties involved. In simple words, we can call this process as supply chain integration. Definition of Supply chain integration Supply chain integration is the process of coordinating the activities across the supply chain so as to improve the performance of the…

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Supply chain flows

Supply chain flows Supply chain flows Introduction to Supply Chain Flows Supply chain management is about managing the flow of materials and information through the manufacturing process, including raw materials, work in process and finished goods. SCM involves coordinating and integrating of all the activities which begins from procurement of materials to final delivery of goods to the customer. What are these flows which boost up the supply chain activities? Types of Supply Chain Flows The flows that boost up the supply chain activities are product flow, information flow, demand…

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Supply chain cycles

Supply chain cycles StoryBoard Audio Supply chain cycles Supply Chain A supply chain consists of all parties involved, directly or indirectly, in fulfilling a customer request. The supply chain not only includes the manufacturer and suppliers, but also transporters, warehouses, retailers, and customers themselves. Within each organization, such as a manufacturer, the supply chain includes all functions involved in receiving and filling a customer request. Introduction to Supply Chain cycles Supply Chain cycle is a complex proceure which begins with the collcetion of rawmaterials from different suppliers and ends up…

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Supply chain cycles

Supply chain cycles Supply chain cycles Supply Chain A supply chain consists of all parties involved, directly or indirectly, in fulfilling a customer request. The supply chain not only includes the manufacturer and suppliers, but also transporters, warehouses, retailers, and customers themselves. Within each organization, such as a manufacturer, the supply chain includes all functions involved in receiving and filling a customer request. Introduction to Supply Chain cycles The manufacturer collects the raw materials from different suppliers and after manufacturing the product is delivered to warehouse and from there it…

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Warehousing Meaning and Importance

Warehousing StoryBoard Audio Script on Ware housing Warehousing & Value Added Services Warehousing refers to the practise of storing of goods in a particular building, besides storage of goods warehouse also provides some services which includes some services along with their value and that is called Value Added Service. What are the Value added services? The value added service provided by warehouse is Pick & Pack, Packaging & Labeling, Kitting & Assembling, 3rd party Logistics(3PL), Vendor Managed Inventory(VMI), FF & E-FF Services, Transformational Cross Docking(TXD), Merge in Transit(MIT), Fashion Logistics(FL).…

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Warehousing Process

Warehousing Process StoryBoard Audio Script on Custom Clearance Introduction to warehouse process For a normal person warehousing is just to storage of goods. But if we go in detail, we ca see a lots of processes are happening behind the curtain. We can point out the warehouse processes into several stage by stage process like Receiving and put away, Documentation, Goods storage, Slotting, Order management system, Packaging, Dispatching in staging area and  Shipment. Receiving and Put-away Receiving is the first step in the process of storing goods in a warehouse…

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Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Management   To have a better Understanding on the term supply Chain management, we can divide the term into two different parts. Supply Chain and Management. What is Supply chain? A supply chain is a system of organizations, people, activities, information, and resources involved in moving a product or service from supplier to customer. Supply chain activities transform natural resources, raw materials, and components into a finished product that is delivered to the end customer. What is Management? If simply put in, management is the…

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Custom Clearance

Custom Clearance Custom Clearance Business Relationship Management The success or failure of any business depends on the management of its clients and other related parties. Success is the outcome of a combined effort and It is very essential to have a healthy relation with all the parties which consists of customers, suppliers, employees, government etc so that the business can make sure all of them are doing their part well. Supplier Relationship Management Supplier Relation Management is the discipline of strategically planning for, and managing, all interactions with third party…

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Custom Clearance

Custom Clearance Custom Clearance Logistics or Forward logistics Traditionally a product is developed or manufactured and goes through the supply chain (manufacturer-wholesaler-retailer) to be finally sold to a customer. We simply call this forward movement of goods from the producer to the consumer as forward logistics process. What if the customer return the products or customer gets an damaged product?, the only way is take the reverse gear and take the backward direction,  there is the importance of reverse logistics. Importance of Reverse logistics Today’s supply chains are steadily integrating…

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Custom Clearance

Custom Clearance StoryBoard Audio Script on Custom Clearance Introduction to Inventory management Inventory management is an important aspect of any successful business. It is the process of overseeing and controlling the flow of inventory units used by a business in the production or manufacture of goods for sale or distribution. Inventories are usually made up of a combination of goods, raw materials and finished products,  and effective management of these item is essential to ensure optimal stock levels and to maximize the earning potential of a company. Definition of Inventory…

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