These days we see a growing trend towards ‘Integrated Supply’ in the industrial sector. But what is it actually? Why is it necessary? Find out in this White Paper.
|The term ‘Integrated Supply’ has been used for over 40 years, chiefly in the US, with many shades of meaning (one US distributor has nine different definitions of Integrated Supply in its literature!). For an academic definition, The Logistics Institute at Georgia Tech suggests “The Integrated Supply chain is one that has full responsibility across the corporation (including different divisions, business units and geographies) for the planning and management of all activities involved in end-to-end supply chain processes including sourcing & procurement and all logistics management activities.” .........|