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Market Access Initiative for the less developed countries (LDC) and related Issues: A Canada perspective (Part-1)

Introduction: There are terms related with Market Access initiative and Canada tariff facility. While third world countries like Bangladesh want to access in Canada market with their exports they need to know well about those terms. The important terms are mentioned below: Beneficiary Country: A beneficiary country is entitled for General Preferential tariff (GPT), LDC or …

Market Access Initiative for the less developed countries (LDC) and related Issues: A Canada perspective (Part-2)

Introduction: LDCs are countries with poverty, human resource weakness, and economic vulnerability. Which conditions and criteria are reviewed by a UN and Social Council (ECOSOC) committee every three years. In International trade LDCs get some tariff and market access facilities. Canada is also providing some tariff and market access facilities to the LDCs,which includes many third world countries including Bangladesh, a country in the South …

About This Blog

Hello ,Supply Chain Management  community, and enthusiasts! We’re thrilled to have you here.  As you know, we call our blog “schain24”. A big reason for this is because this blog will consider to publishing Supply Chain Management related articles, SCM events every day. We are here to help you being informed about top Supply Chain …

About me

M.Ikramullah-Sayeed

About Muhammad Ikramullah Sayeed is a Certified Supply Chain Manager and Logistics Professional, Writer, Translator,Team Builder, Blogger, and a son and a father. He is working with a multinational group of company, but his blog and views expressed are his own. Description Muhammad Ikramullah Sayeed has an extensive professional  experience in the field of Logistics and Supply Chain …

About 15th Batch of CSCM

About 15th Batch of CSCM Hello Friends, We would like to inform all of you that 15th Batch of CSCM will going to start . For which participants should be registered within 10th October, 2013. ISCEA Link address:www.iscea-bangladesh.com About CSCM Course Expenditure: Regular price-$1945 Discounted price-$1545.   Course Curriculum: Please see the  image for your kind …

Sourcing Decisions and Third Party Supply Chain Management Service Providers

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Introduction: Sourcing is the whole set of business processes, which is necessary to buy goods and services required by the Supply Chain. Most important decision for a supply chain function is whether it is feasible to outsource or perform the function in- house. When a Supply Chain Function is outsourced, then, it is performed by a third party Supply Chain …

About Some Training Programs

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Introduction: Would like to share a Supply Chain Management (also other events) with you initiated by Mind Mapper: Upcoming Training – Mind Mapper Bangladesh These upcoming programs may not directly supply chain Management training. But indirectly, they will enhance the supply chain management no doubt. These programs are such as “Time and Stress Management”, “Effective Negotiation Skills”, “Great people great habits”, “Communication Secrets” …

About Supply Chain Sustainability: A Brief Study

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Introduction: While discuss about Supply Chain Management Network Design the business issue of Supply Chain Sustainability is included by high level executives. Supply Chain Sustainability is affecting an organization’s logistic and Supply Chain Network in terms of environment, risk and cost of wastes. This is considered essential to deliver long term profitability instead of monetary cost, speed and value as …

About International Procurement: Freight Prepaid and related incoterms

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Introduction: Transportation is one of the Drivers of Supply Chain. The term Freight denotes transportation charges. The International Commercial terms or INCOTERMS refers to whether the shipper/consignee responsible to pay the freight or transportation charges. The Incoterms: “Freight Collect” & “Freight Prepaid” are two shipping terms, which indicate whether consignee has the primary liability to the carrier for the shipping …

About the Push-Pull view of Supply Chain process

 Introduction: The business terms “Push” and “Pull” originated in the Logistic and Supply Chain Management. Relative to customer demand, supply chain processes are executed, which fall into two broad categories-“Push” and “Pull”. The Push-Pull view of Supply Chain process: The execution of the Supply Chain process is reactive to customer demand. Then, it is under …