"A blog about Supply Chain Management topics and issues.A collection of articles and commentary providing an introduction to supply chain management and related systems for students, practitioners, and anyone else interested in learning more about how to design, manufacture, transport, store, deliver, and manage products and services."
Lean manufacturing involves
never ending efforts to eliminate or reduce “muda”
(a Japanese term used to reduce waste, which does not add value to Supply
Chain) while make design, manufacturing, distribution and customer service
processes in the respective Supply Chain.
The processes in a Supply Chain are usually divided into a
series of cycles, each performed in the interface between two interrelated
successive stages of a Supply Chain.
Supply Chain Stages
Supply Chain consists of all parties. Who are involved
directly or indirectly, while fulfill customer request. Not only manufacturers
and suppliers, but also transporters, retailers, warehouses and customers
themselves are included in the supply chain.
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 publish Supply Chain
Management related articles, SCM events everyday .
We are here to help
you being informed about top Supply
Chain issues and that’s the main objective of “schain24”.We are here to help you informed about supply
chain ideas,practices and innovations. As a result, this is your forum for
real-time conversations about industry trends that are impacting your business,
best practices and market insights around supply chain.
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.