Category: Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management and its Drivers:


Abstract: The logistical drivers are facilities, inventory, and transportation. Inventory denotes all raw materials, WIP, and finished goods in a supply chain. On the other hand, transportation involves moving inventory from point to point. Information is data about facilities, inventory, transportation, costs, prices…

About Logistics: A macro view point


Abstract    Logistical   operational   responsibilities   include   delivery of goods between suppliers, transporters  and company users /customers.  For instance, we can say that in the apparel supply chain of Bangladesh,  we usually see that inbound goods come to manufacturing facility  by the transporters and warehouse assistants  receive the cargo, which is provided according to suitable lot size using suitable containers by sea or by air according to urgency of manufacturing needs to fulfill customer requests. Finished  goods are loaded to containers per customer request in suitable lot sizes, so that buyer can collect and market  the goods in an organized and suitable way.A macro view of logistics Logistical management function may entail  some more steps, i.e., locating potential suppliers, determining their accessibility in terms of business production,  and forming relationships. If the business operation is size-ably voluminous enough to outsource online operation logistics, in that case the business has to sync their platform with the third party partner. As we know, in a supply chain management,  logistics and transportation are intertwined. For  e-commerce companies,  chat-bots  can be employed to avail customers with…