Tag: Supply Chain

Supply chain from manufacturing to shelf

 Introduction 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 to cook cereals without losing the goodness. Their...

Managing the supply chain to meet customer needs

Introduction 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 supermarket, they simply expect these products to be...

Developing a sustainable supply chain to add value

Introduction Lafarge may not be a company name that you would quickly recognise but its products and expertise have helped to create some of the UK’s biggest infrastructure projects, including the M25 motorway,...

Creating shared value in the supply chain

Introduction 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 world; almost half of these are in developing...

The importance of sustainable purchasing and supply

Introduction What would happen if Christmas trees were not available until Easter? How would you feel if you tried to buy a coffee at your favourite high street café only to be told...
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