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Supply Chain "Management by Exception" - Trends
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including Selection of Planning and Control Methods, Inventory Modelling, Forecasting, Warehouse Management, and applying lean and agile thinking to supply chain management Our Training Philosophy and Approach The following 8 training courses (indexed to details below) are available. They can be readily tailored to suit individual requirements for in-house workshops . To discuss your consulting or training needs with one of our independent consultants or trainers please Contact Us . More Best Practice and Training Links below Supply Chain Management Course Summaries SSC01 Tools, Techniques & ...
The management of supply chains is constantly developing due to momentous changes such as the Internet, E-commerce and the globalisation of supply chains. Its success often relies on rapid, accurate and efficient handling of data. The trend towards lean and agile distribution channels and the growth of Fourth Party Logistic Providers (4PLs) within the supply chain industry requires significant organisation and management. The efficient control of these activities requires supply chain knowledge, operational information and importantly, timely and accurate data to support the decision ... Read More
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