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Supply Chain Management

Concept and Nike, Inc.
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Simone Pai

on 21 January 2013

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Transcript of Supply Chain Management

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Concepts, Nike, Inc. and Hyundai Glovis Co. AGENDA SCM Concepts
Logistics
Nike, Inc.
Hyundai Glovis Co. HYUNDAI GLOVIS SCM CONCEPTS OVERVIEW HYUNDAI GLOVIS Nike, Inc. SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Managing the steps of the chain of supplies: controlling, monitoring and coordinating raw materials, products, personnel, costs, etc. Pipeline for products, services, information and funds.
Typical chain: ACTIVITIES & OBJECTIVES EFFICIENCY COSTS PROFITABILITY CONCEPTS CONTROL SUPPLY CHAIN PARTNERS OVERVIEW American multinational corporation
Sports equipment
World leader: athletic shoes and apparel
43 Countries
841 Factories
1,060,633 Workers
44,000 Employees
Operating income: US$ 3.040 billion NIKE WORLD FACTORIES Product development, sourcing, production, and logistics, information systems (coordination). CONCEPT Physical and information flows

Transformation, movement, and storage of goods and materials;

Coordinate their long-term plans, and to control the day-to-day flow of goods and material. LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT Process of strategically managing:
Procurement;
Movement and storage of materials, parts and finished inventory;
Related information flows;

Through the organization and its marketing. LOGISTICS PRODUCT
CUSTOMER
QUANTITY
CONDITION
PLACE
TIME
COST. HYUNDAI GLOVIS HYUNDAI GLOVIS Simone Pai HYUNDAI GLOVIS HYUNDAI GLOVIS Co., Ltd. NIKE'S SUPPLY CHAIN 101 Storage, handling, packaging, and transportation.


From suppliers to manufacturers;

From the end of the production line to the end user.

Manages the reverse flow of products and materials for returns, repair, remanufacture, and/or recycling. OUTSOURCING Delays due to breakdowns;
Losing control of inventory;
Difficult control of suppliers' environmental and social issues. THE SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN Monitoring and implementing Code of Conduct and Code Leadership Standards;

Rewarding factories for their management practices, performance controls and commitment to continuous improvement. ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES Lower administrative and payroll costs;
Focus on core competencies such as product design, marketing, and Air Sole technology; OUTSOURCING SIMPLE DEFINITION INBOUND OUTBOUND REVERSE INFORMATION PHYSICAL LINKS BEFORE NOW INBOUND AND OUTBOUND LOGISTICS SYSTEM GLOBAL NETWORK EXPORT LOGISTICS FLOWCHART RIGHT
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