The definition for the term supply
chain management varies from one industry to another. A supply chain is a
network of facilities and distribution options that performs the functions of
procurement of materials, transformation of these materials into intermediate
and finished products, and the distribution of these finished products to
customers as defined by Ram Ganeshan and Terry P. Harrison .
This guide is design to assist
students in their study of supply chains and supply chain management.
In addition to sources listed below,
use the subjects listed below when consulting Sterling,
the online catalog, for materials on this subject.
- Business logistics
- Marketing channels -- Management.
- Delivery of goods -- Management
- Physical distribution of goods -- Management.
- Customer services -- Management.
- Industrial procurement.
- Materials management.
supply chain management: a link-by-link guide/
Fred A. Kuglin. New
York : AMACOM, c1998. HD38.5 .K848 1998 . Click on the
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