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Supply Chain

A Beginner’s Guide to Inventory Management

Are you tired of running out of stock at the worst possible time? Or struggling to keep track of what you have in your...

Solving complex supply chain problems

Making products available, wherever they are required, benefits customers. Although customers do not actually view the operation of supply chains, they value product availability...

Improving the performance of manufacturers

primary - gifts of nature such as extracting or developing natural resources including farming, forestry, mining or fishingsecondary – manufacturing and the construction industries...

Steeling market share

It is easy for consumers in a changing world to take availability and choice for granted. This can be best characterised by examining markets...

The role of a multi national in developing markets

This case study shows how a multi-national corporation, Cargill, enables people throughout the world to enjoy a variety of food products and other commodities,...

Using supplier relationships to serve customers better

To compete in today’s modern retail environment, an organisation depends more than ever on its ability to develop business opportunities as and when they...

Coffee the supply chain

Today, a jar of instant coffee can be found in 93 per cent of British homes and increasingly consumers are trying out different types...

Delivering service excellence in the supply chain

As consumers, we expect our favourite brands to be available wherever we want to buy them and to be of the highest quality. For...

Managing the supply chain for globally integrated products

Today many of the products that we consume have been brought to us through globally integrated distribution systems. Striking examples are the fruit and...

From bean to bar the production process

Most of us love chocolate in one form or another and every week a typical UK citizen spends around £1.80 on it. Amazingly, UK...

Supporting agriculture to create sustainable development

Stretching from Cape Town in South Africa, across the Sahara Desert, to the Mediterranean Sea in the north, Africa is the world's second largest...

Creating a sustainable chocolate industry

Whenever market researchers report on UK consumers' favourite purchases, chocolate-based products feature strongly. Chocolate is a key ingredient of many products we enjoy e.g....

Managing Stock To meet Customer Needs

McDonald's is one of only a handful of brands that command instant recognition in virtually every country in the world. It has more than...

Building a sustainable supply chain

It is easy to think about the present without considering the future. Consumers want more goods and services to improve their standard of living....

Supply chain from manufacturing to shelf

The Kellogg's Cornflake Company began in 1906 with the Kellogg brothers who originally ran a sanatorium in Michigan, USA. They experimented with different ways...

Managing the supply chain to meet customer needs

It is easy to take for granted everyday fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) such as bread. When consumers go to a corner shop or the...

Developing a sustainable supply chain to add value

Lafarge may not be a company name that you would quickly recognise but its products and expertise have helped to create some of the...

Creating shared value in the supply chain

Nestlé is the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company. It employs around 330,000 people and has 461 factories in 83 countries around the...

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