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TEDxBigApple - Kavita Parmar - Turning Supply Chains Into Prosperity Chains
 
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Kavita shares her vision to create new 'prosperity chains' from existing supply chains in fashion. Kavita Parmar is a fashion maverick, Creative Director of Maison Raasta and co-founder of digital brand The IOU Project. An overachiever, at 22 Kavita acquired the license to sell the Osh Kosh B Gosh brand in India and went on to open 14 stores in the country. She is a vocal proponent of disrupting the distribution chain in fashion for a more sustainable model. About TEDx, x=independently organize event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x=independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 13723 TEDx Talks
Supply Chain Management of ZARA
 
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Views: 20820 Azkya Telisha
Fast Supply Chain Management for the Fashion Industry
 
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NeoGrid is committed to make fast-moving supply chain management more successful, so we united European fashion brand owners of all sizes to discuss innovation in SCM.
Views: 988 Neogrid Europe
Welcome to a sustainable textile supply chain
 
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Improving textile supply chains can be a daunting task. Use ChainPoint to connect all stakeholder in the textile supply chain, gather all supply chain data in one place for further analysis and improve the sustainability of your brand and company.
Keeping it Simple: The PUMA Supply Chain
 
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One of the world's leading sport lifestyle companies, PUMA designs and develops footwear, apparel and accessories under the brands PUMA, Cobra Golf and Tretorn. In order to manage the company's tremendous growth and create the appearance of simplicity across the supply chain for its wholesale customers and retail stores, PUMA runs Manhattan Associates' platform-based Warehouse Management 2010 solution. As a result the company has cut wave times by 60%, can run its operations on fewer servers, has complete day-to-day control of its supply chain—and has a Supply Chain Process Platform in place to build on for the future.
Views: 7848 Manhattan Associates
Transforming the Global Fashion Supply Chain | Jag Gill
 
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Sundar is transforming the trillion dollar apparel supply chain by creating transparency, efficiency, and information tools to disrupt global sourcing and discovery. This company is building the world’s largest discovery and sourcing platform by connecting fashion brands with textile manufacturers and suppliers all over the world, allowing for products to be made faster and safer by a highly-skilled and fairly-paid workforce. Founder & CEO Jag Gill shares how Sundar enables in minutes what used to take weeks and months to accomplish. SUBSCRIBE: www.youtube.com/user/UnreasonableTV/?sub_confirmation=1/ SOCIAL MEDIA Follow us at the links below: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unreasonable/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/unreasonable Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unreasonable/ Editorial: https://unreasonable.is/ ABOUT UNREASONABLE IMPACT it is estimated that the global economy will need 212 million new jobs in order to accommodate current unemployment, supplement projected job loss resulting from automated industries, and provide opportunities for the next generation. Barclays and Unreasonable Group have partnered to launch Unreasonable Impact, the world’s first international network of accelerators focused on scaling up entrepreneurial solutions that will help employ thousands worldwide while solving some of our most pressing societal challenges. For more information visit: https://unreasonableimpact.com/
Views: 529 Unreasonable
Lead time VS Forecast accuracy | Optimizing Fashion Supply Chains
 
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How can fashion companies strike the balance between lead time reduction and forecast accuracy? Listen to Jack Keating (former VP of Supply Chain, Timberland) and Deb Rose (Solutions Director, attune) on this webcast done with Apparel Magazine - http://hubs.ly/y0XRSh0
Views: 492 attune Consulting
eBIZ, benefits for the fashion supply chains explained by its industrial users
 
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(HD) A short presentation of the eBIZ benefits an European initiative for a common language for the fashion industry (http://www.ebiz-tcf.eu), presented by by technician and entrepreneurs of firms already adopting eBIZ: INCO, Cariaggi, Wool mill Piacenza, Wool mill Botto Giuseppe, Loro Piana, Cotton mill Albini and others. (high definition) French version: http://youtu.be/kDaQ4DhVFj4 Italian version: http://youtu.be/1EoX2PQxiFs
Views: 2507 piero de sabbata
Using Blockchain for Supply Chains
 
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As consumers, we want to know that the food we eat is safe and (in some cases, such as fine wines) that it’s provenance is authentic. We want to know with certainty that the gold, diamonds, and electronics we buy are not funding conflicts. And that the products we buy are not counterfeits. Supply chain managers want to track condition, location, and remove friction from global supply chains. Blockchain, distributed ledger technology, holds promise in solving these problems. In this session, we hear from CEOs, founders, and technology experts at the companies on the forefront of this ongoing digital transformation of the supply chain. WGBH Forum Network ~ Free online lectures: Explore a world of ideas Like us: http://facebook.com/wgbhforum Tweet with us: http://twitter.com/ForumNetwork See our complete archive here: http://forum-network.org
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Next-Generation Performance for Distribution, Logistics, and Supply Chains
 
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WEBCAST: New Benchmark research from distribution centers and warehouses Distribution and logistics are more challenging than ever, as globalization and digitization transform supply chains around the world. The first step in improving distribution and logistics performance is to benchmark against industry peers—and to understand which best practices are helping competitors to gain market advantage. In this webcast, MPI CEO John Brandt will detail results of the just-completed 2017 MPI Distribution & Logistics Study, conducted with the cooperation of APICS and sponsored by St. Onge. This facility-specific study evaluates distribution center and warehouse operations in a context of next-generation metrics and emerging best practices, and offers critical information to distribution, logistics, and supply-chain executives to keep their centers and companies competitive. Brandt will detail findings on: Operations: The study examined the operations practices/programs in place at facilities, (e.g., lean thinking) as well as services performed for customers (e.g., kitting). Distribution executives also reported operating expenses as a percentage of sales — and how those expenses are distributed — as well as critical performance measures (perfect order fulfilment, lines picked per hour, warehouse capacity utilization, etc.). Supply Chain and Logistics: Executives reported on the number of suppliers and customers associated with typical facilities; percentages of imported supplier goods and products exports; and criteria used to evaluate suppliers. Human Resources: Executives identified the number of employees in typical facilities; allocation of employees by role; use of temporary workers; deployment of human-resources (HR) programs; and key HR performance measures. Assets and Technology: Executives reviewed past-year investments by facilities; types of information technology systems and applications in use; cloud computing usage; and adoption of Internet of Things technologies. Don’t miss this chance to improve your distribution center’s productivity and profitability!
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Blockchain for Supply Chain Transparency & Traceability - Simardeep
 
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Blockchain is the #1 Trend in sustainability according to GreenBiz. It is certainly going to revolutionize procurement and increase transparency in the whole supply chain.
Views: 53249 Simardeep Kochar
Fashion, Warehouse Logistics and Distribution
 
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http://www.ssi-schaefer.com The fashion company Desigual operates 157 stores worldwide and annually provides 10 million garments like dresses, jackets, shoes, T-shirts. For optimal distribution, order picking and processing orders, in the central warehouse in Barcelona warehouse logistics solutions from SSI Schaefer are used, which were already honored with two logistics awards.
Views: 59081 warehouselogistics
NIKE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
 
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Recommendations for Nike Inc. on its supply chain management.
Views: 190 Yom Yom
Supply Chain Management at ZARA
 
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Views: 6919 Thomas Murphy
Nike - Supply Chain Managment.mp4
 
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Nike - Supply Chain Managment.mp4
Views: 2475 worldofgoodvideo
Webinar: Trends in retail - and their impact on global supply chains
 
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In this webinar, you will gain insight into the latest trends in retail - and their impact on global supply chains, understand the must-have elements of a modern supply chain and explore how a supply chain can benefit from best practices in the industry. Presenter: Hans Elmegaard, Global Head of Retail Vertical
Views: 1636 Damco
supply chain and logistics of zara
 
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presentation report at international logistics class Burapha university ( Thailand )
Views: 9327 Sutida Bouchalee
Operations and Supply Chain Management - Criteria for Supply Chain Strategies
 
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Full course: https://www.udemy.com/operations-and-supply-chain-management/?couponCode=PROMONOW Criteria for Supply Chain Strategies Keeping the already mentioned considerations in mind, companies have developed four different criteria for supply chain strategies: lean continuous replenishment, agile quick response, lean planning and execution, and lean-agile postponement. Lean Continuous Replenishment The Lean continuous replenishment approach is relevant in situations where replenishment lead times are brief and demand is predictable. Good communication with suppliers helps companies to replenish their stock quickly. By allowing suppliers to have a clear view of their supply chains, companies can create more certainty over their processes. Taking a Lean approach to supply chains helps eliminate unwanted supplies. Say, for example, that a restaurant receives regular deliveries from its food supplier. Because there's a regular demand for the product, the food supplier can ensure that the restaurant always receives exactly the right levels of supplies when it needs them. Agile Quick Response The agile, quick response approach is used in a situation when inventory should be replenished quickly and demand is unpredictable. In this situation, the supply chain must be able to keep up with the unpredictable demands of customers. The company has to ensure that it can respond quickly and efficiently to impending deadlines. Say that a clothing company wants to sell T-shirts for the upcoming summer and fall fashion lines. It has to create and deliver these new products in a short amount of time. Because the demand is unpredictable, the company delays production in order to put together the base of the product before it's sent off for final production. Lean Planning and Execution The Lean planning and execution approach is used when there's predictable demand and replenishment lead times are long. Companies must plan their strategies ahead of time in order to meet demand in a timely fashion. (...) Full course: https://www.udemy.com/operations-and-supply-chain-management/?couponCode=PROMONOW
Views: 350 Sorin Dumitrascu
Supply Chain Management at H&M
 
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This is a Supply Chain analysis of H&M Clothing conducted for SCM 303 Honors Global Supply Operations. For the Works Cited of sources, please visit bit.ly/SCM303HMSources
Views: 2814 Mikkaela Salamatin
Global supply chain solutions for fashion brands by Arvato SCM
 
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As a leading provider of supply chain management, Arvato SCM Solutions understands the complex nature of your distribution channels, from wholesale to retail to e-commerce to the end consumer. A smart fashion logistics is the key element for success.
Risk Management in International Fashion and Textile Supply Chains
 
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Logistik DTEKO14 Michelle, Agnes, Christine och Johanna
Views: 92 Johanna Wretlund
Supply Chain Management in Garments Factories In Bangla
 
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It describes about the management of material supply from beginning to end in the Garments Factory.
Views: 5509 Anwarul Haque
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fast fashion supply chains arcadia
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The story of Provenance - The blockchain startup revolutionising supply chains
 
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Jessi Baker is the Founder of Provenance a UK startup using novel technologies like the blockchain to revolutionise supply chain transparency and product trust. Provenance works with suppliers, brands, and certifiers to enable every product to come with an open, secure record of its journey and creation. Video produced by Atlas of the Future http://atlasofthefuture.org/ *The inclusion of company names and/or examples is intended strictly for discussion and inspiration and does not constitute an endorsement of the individual companies or their opinions by the UN Global Compact.
Views: 7597 TheUNGlobalCompact
Fashion - The challenges, varying & expanding platforms + operational complexity and outsourcing
 
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There is a universal law of nature which states that over time any system will move from a state of stability to increasing states of complexity. As the fashion industry gets more sophisticated and customer oriented, this is also happening to retailers across the globe. Supply chains, channels and operating standards need to become ever more tailored to local requirements, but at the same time remain globally consistent.
Views: 2721 Signify
Simparel Supply Chain Management 2-Minute Explainer Video
 
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Supply chain management software for fashion industry.. This 2-Minute Explainer was produced by Business Information Graphics at http://www.2MinuteExplainer.com
Retail & Fashion SCM Executive Education Program
 
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http://zlc.edu.es 21 people from leading retail companies established in Singapore participated in the executive education program on Retail and Fashion SCM at ZLC
"Tale of Success" – How LogiNext Transformed Myntra’s Supply Chain
 
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Tale of Sucuess - “How LogiNext Transformed Myntra’s Supply Chain” One of India’s leading fashion e-commerce brand, Myntra, partnered with LogiNext Solutions, the disruptive startup in the domain of big data analytics and IoT, for enhanced real-time tracking, visibility and alerts. Following the association, Myntra was able to save costs, reduce the distance traveled and improve ETA/ETD with dynamic route optimization. For enhanced real-time tracking, visibility and alerts, LogiNext, with their product HaulTM empowered Myntra to enrich their brand value within their customer base. With HaulTM, Myntra was finally able to track their large inter-city shipments more precisely and share real-time movement alerts with end users. Myntra was overwhelmed by the Geo-Fencing and Geo-Coding accuracy provided by LogiNext. Reporting/Tracking modules customized on Myntra’s discretion made tracking the inter-city shipments seamless and responsive. Integration of HaulTM by LogiNext made it possible for Myntra to save cost on fuel, travel distance and improve ETA/ETD with dynamic route optimization. Speaking at the association, Rajul Jain, SVP-Supply Chain, Myntra, said, “Deploying the latest technology is the only way forward for businesses today and we are extremely pleased to have found the best partner in LogiNext Solutions. Their expertise in the field of big data analytics and real-time tracking has significantly helped us to track the shipment, optimize routes and provide our valued customers with the precise ETA/ETD. We recommend LogiNext for anyone looking to streamline their logistics, gain better visibility of shipments and delivery personnel and cut-down the operational costs.” Further commenting about the association, Dhruvil Sanghvi, Co-founder and CEO of LogiNext Solutions added, “Solving the logistics conundrum for Myntra was a challenge we have enjoyed solving. Since the fashion ecommerce brand had experienced phenomenal growth in its popularity and reach, it was crucial for the brand to solve the logistics influx. We are pleased that our solutions have contributed in reducing costs and optimizing logistics for Myntra and look forward to a long term association with the brand.” Accurate location mapping has been a noticeable pain-point for Myntra. Over 10% of the delivery time was consumed in customer’s location searching, which reduced efficiency of delivery model. This is where LogiNext’s MileTM came to rescue. Advanced Geo-Coding capabilities of MileTM made it possible for Myntra to improve efficiency by accurately identifying, locating and tagging the customers’ address and storing the information for future deliveries. MileTM also made it possible to effectively manage the load dissemination on the available delivery boy/resources, performance mapping, incentivising their delivery channels. The association between the two brands is poised for growth in the future. Being awestruck by LogiNext’s inter-city logistics solutions, Mynta has recently integrated LogiNext’s award winning MileTM to manage their Intra-City last mile deliveries as well. About LogiNext A perfect integration of technology, logistics and data analytics, LogiNext is a logistics service optimizer that leverages the power of Big Data and Data analytics to improve the performance of the supply chain and logistics functions across different segments. Their emphasis on the Internet of Things, Big Data and Automation enhances operations by allowing businesses to track their shipments in real-time and minimize losses occurring due to high logistics cost and operational uncertainties. It also serves as LogiNext’s USP. For further details, please visit - http://www.LogiNextsolutions.com/
Views: 1359 LogiNext Solutions
Fashion Supply Chain: Blockchain Implementation
 
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At Sweetbridge we want to show the various ways in which we can implement blockchain into different supply chains. Here's the first in our Blockchain Implementation Series about the fashion supply chain. Music: https://www.bensound.com About Sweetbridge: Sweetbridge is a new economy built for commerce that enhances the world’s current economies. Sweetbridge and its alliance partners offer a unique set of blockchain protocols, applications and crypto-economics to create an economy of opportunity for all participants. SUBSCRIBE for more videos. Visit our site or other social media channels for more Sweetbridge news: Website: https://sweetbridge.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/sweetbridgeinc Twitter: https://twitter.com/sweetbridgeinc Instagram: https://instagram.com/sweetbridgeinc Telegram: https://t.me/sweetbridge Reddit: https://reddit.com/r/sweetbridge Medium: https://blog.sweetbridge.com LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/sweetbridge
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Hungry Beast | Zara | Wednesdays, 9.30pm, ABC1
 
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http://hungrybeast.abc.net.au | Meet Zara: the Spanish company at the forefront of Fast Fashion, where speed and disposability are the new black. Launched in 1975, Zara now has almost 2000 stores in 77 countries. Its parent company, Inditex, turned over $17 billion last year, helping reclusive founder Amancio Ortega - a railway worker's son - become the 7th richest man in the world. Hungry Beast screens Wednesdays at 9.30pm on ABC1
Views: 69775 ABC TV & iview
Simparel Supply Chain Management
 
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Simparel supply chain management software helps enterprises respond quickly to the fast-changing fashion and design markets.
Views: 1678 2MinuteExplainer
Sustainability of supply chains in the age of information | Tom Pathuis | TEDxYouth@Maastricht
 
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Nowadays the word sustainability is bouncing everywhere around us. But, are we really aware of its meaning?. Tom proposes that, in a world where governments don’t care about sustainability, we, the people, are the ones who need to take lead of the situation and make a change. Technology is only an axis of the process, but we are the ones who need to start it. A sustainability professional with experience in working with major global players in the pharmaceutical, technology, home furniture and consumer healthcare industries in improving environmental performance within the supply chain. Anne-Tom has a keen interest in the application of Information and Communication Technologies on questions of sustainability in order to achieve both positive business- and environmental impacts. He currently works for Ecodesk, a sustainable supply chain solutions business based in the United Kingdom. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Walmart Supply Chain
 
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From a factory in Bangladesh to a Walmart store near you - the story of a $5.97 t-shirt. This video takes a look at Walmart's history of worker mistreatment - including below federal poverty level wages, intimidation and poor health and safety standards. We must fight for dignity, health and safety, freedom of association and collective bargaining to stop Walmart's global race to the bottom.
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Why is Quick Response important to Supply Chains?
 
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You want to dive deep into the world of finance and management? Visit us: http://www.frankfurt-school.de/en/home/programmes.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=ACQUISITION Supply Chains are networks of firms that together transform raw materials into finished products that customers see on retail shelves. Globalization and IT have made it easy to find business partners across the globe. But the resulting supply chains can be long… …and slow At the same time, modern markets are getting faster and faster: consumers want new and different products at an increasing pace, resulting in shorter life cycles. When products simply do not sell year around but only during short seasons a long and slow supply chain faces a problem: the retailer has to order products long before the season starts and take a bet on unpredictable demand. Will the product be a hit? Or will it be a failure? Although a crystal ball is rarely available, supply chain speed can help the retailer with her ordering problem: Because it is easier to predict the success of a product 2 weeks before the selling season, rather than 8 months before the selling season, a fast supply chain would allows the retailer to place more accurate, and thus less risky, orders. But how to put speed into the supply chain? The retailer could use - fast suppliers, - use fast transportation, - use local suppliers (close to the market), - and replenish retail stores multiple times a week, to react to the latest trends. Speed is expensive, but a fast supply chain is key to being responsive to quickly changing customer needs in highly unpredictable markets.
Luxury fashion brands under fire for hidden supply chains
 
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Luxury fashion brands under fire for hidden supply chains Top luxury brands including Christian Dior, Dolce & Gabbana and Chanel are among the least transparent businesses when it comes to labour conditions in their supply chains, according to research relea...
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Fashion & Supply Chain
 
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This video is a short explanation about supply chain in fashion industry. All of images are courtesy of Google and all video included are courtesy of YouTube. Song by Dj Quads ●Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads ●Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/djquads/ ●Twitter - https://twitter.com/DjQuads
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Zara Supply Chain Management
 
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Zara Supply Chain Management
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Tackling modern slavery in business supply chains
 
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Guidance on how companies should be reporting under the Modern Slavery Act.
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Ethical Fashion and supply chain
 
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A closer look at Australia's fashion supply chain. Music: bensound.com
Views: 263 Cindee Duong
How to avoid the pitfalls of Supply Chain Management | Philips Innovation Services
 
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Philips Innovation Services can help you uncover the three main pitfalls of Supply Chain Management, and get to market on time. Find out how now: https://www.innovationservices.philips.com/startup-ventures/ Getting to market on time means avoiding the hidden dangers of a poorly managed supply chain. Philips Innovation Services can help uncover three main supply pitfalls that lie ahead. _____ Pitfall #1: Underestimating your supply chain task. Understand the time and effort needed. There can be more than 12 months of obstacles standing in your way. Solution - Design your supply chain early, even while developing your product. To set up a competitive supply chain you need to consider suppliers, IT systems, master data, certificates etc. Certain required certificates can take months to acquire. ____ Pitfall #2 – Trying to do too much. Many innovators come to us with beautiful, complex products, designed for a wide range of markets – but this can be an expensive mistake. Extra parts cause extra complexity, which causes extra costs. The most successful products are the simplest and require the simplest supply chains. Solution - To reach your market on time, create a simple product with as many common parts as possible. _____ Pitfall #3 – Working with the wrong suppliers It’s risky to choose suppliers that only suit the early stages of your project, without considering long-term growth. Solution – Make the right connections to make production a success. Important considerations when choosing a supplier include quality of product, quantity of delivery, and support during start-up. Suppliers that are too small could have difficulties with quantity, and suppliers that are too big won’t be interested in supporting you in the beginning. Together, we can help you with compliance, production governance, and building a strong supply chain. Plan ahead, or plan to fail. Take control.
Be First in Fashion with DHL Supply Chain
 
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With many challenges facing Fashion retailers cost reduction is key. An efficient end-to-end supply chain process will ensure speed to market, competitive advantage and cut costs. DHL Supply Chain has Fashion industry expertise and supports your business through the whole process from manufacture to end consumer, including sourcing, origin management, warehousing and transportation, multi-channel fulfilment and reverse logistics.