Supply chain management is being embraced by many organizations today. It is especially valuable for those who compete globally because it involves an international chain of companies that work together to produce the best products and services at the lowest cost. This yields competitive edge in a world where profit margins are lean and competition is fierce.
This book focuses on supply chain management in manufacturing. First it examines phases of this system and the factors that affect it, next it explores goals and objectives established by management, then it analyzes advantages and disadvantages of the chain, and last it suggests ways to improve the overall process. The text is educational and informational, and it is written for easy reader understanding at all levels.
If you are interested in learning about supply chain management in manufacturing, then this book is for you.