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How to manage your supply chain efficiently?

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Mark Andres
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A supply chain is a vast business that involves the supply of products to warehouses, plants, customers or stores. The supply chain business also deals in the transformation of raw materials to finished products and later delivering them to end custo...read more
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Dimple Matkhare
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Managing supply chains is one of the most crucial factors of an organization, and your business depends majorly on networks of smoothly running supply chains. Supply chain managers need to dedicate their time in modifying their strategies with the ev...read more
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Jiten Thummar
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In the last two decades, only 0.6% of firms from the Fortune 1000 and S&P Europe 350 have generated revenue and profit growth every year that is better than their industry peers. Supply chain inefficiencies constitute a significant reason for this la...read more
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