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Friday, October 31, 2014

Box Logistics, Containerization, Ports and Shipping network: A Discussion on Global Supply Chain perspective


Box Logistics, Containerization, Ports and Shipping network: A Discussion on Global Supply Chain perspective



Introduction:

Cycle Inventory is the average inventory due to production, purchase and also shipping, containerization in lot sizes that are usually larger than those demanded by customers.


Containerization:


Maritime related import and export flows of general cargo are shipped by containers in most developed areas of this world. So far, 75% of the total cargo is containerisable.


Very big container career ships, such as cf. Emma Maersk:LOA 397m,beam 56.40 has more than 10,000 TEU capacity(official capacity 11,000TEU), but not technically too high range from the initial vessels. Economies of scale are followed as far as technically feasible. Distribution process in a large degree is made possible by containerization.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

A Short discussion on Lean, Six Sigma and Kaizen especially in the context of Apparel Supply Chain:




Lean manufacturing:

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.

Lean Manufactory House

[Picture Source=Originally from [http://nl.wikipedia.orgnl.wikipedia/]

 

 

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Cycle View of a 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.

Friday, May 16, 2014

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






Some of the terms used to describe the Market Access Initiative and  Tariff facility provided by Canada discussed below :





Beneficiary Country:


A beneficiary country is entitled for General Preferential tariff (GPT), LDC or MFN tariff facilities.


Certification:


Certificate of origin is issued as Form B255 for textiles & apparel. Form ‘A’ or Exporter’s Statement of Origin for every other things .

Sunday, December 1, 2013

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








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 Asian region. Hope the 

following narratives will discuss about custom aspects of the 

market access initiatives, which could be beneficial to 

exporters, importers and people handling customs related 

issues in Bangladesh, as well as other LDCs and other areas 

of the world especially related to Canada Economy. 

Bangladesh can be treated as an exemplary country in the 

LDCs and Canada as an exemplary first world country, who 

provides similar (not same) facilities to the LDCs. 




A Global Consensus:

There is a global consensus that economic development & 

growth can help to decease poverty. Starting from   

February, 2002, Canada government was exploring the idea 

to give greater access to their economy. Which would reduce 

poverty among the poorest countries. Promote investment 

and development; enhance economic development through 

reduced trade barriers and greater market access to Canada 

economy.

Woven and Knit Export to Canada from Bangladesh




















Tuesday, August 6, 2013

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 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.