Long Distance Supply Chain Optimization: Shifting from Local to Global Networks
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Faced with thin margins and pressure from OEMs to reduce material cost, organizations search for cost savings, especially into the supply chain. In an effort to reduce cost, suppliers are moving manufacturing operations into developing markets such as Eastern Europe, Asia, India and Russia. This movement is driving a paradigm shift from the traditional local direct supply chain to an extended long distance supply network. Read this paper to learn how a long distance sourcing solution can provide a real-time link between logistics, material planning, manufacturing, inventory control and supply chain execution.
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