Global Executives Survey: Latest Factors Driving Change in Global Supply Chains
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 36 Pages
|全球供應鏈的最新的變化推動因素 Global Executives Survey: Latest Factors Driving Change in Global Supply Chains|
|出版日期: 2016年07月13日||內容資訊: 英文 36 Pages||
全球日常消費品 (FMCG) 組織的大半，在複數國家營運著供應鏈。可是，運輸成本和長的運輸時間，反復的延遲，成為對營運國際供應鏈的企業來說的大課題。
Globally, the majority of FMCG organizations operate supply chains in multiple countries. However, transportation costs, and long transit times or frequent delays are major challenges for companies operating international supply chains. Stronger ties with clients and suppliers, and greater access to suppliers and manufacturers are major advantages of a free-trade agreement for organizations. Additionally, to investigate the reliability of foreign suppliers organizations across regions prefer to physically visit suppliers. They are also aiming to seek out new suppliers rather than reduce them to support capacity expansion and supply chain improvement. The majority of companies across regions are looking to introduce a 'next generation' approach such as supply chains that are fast, flexible, and responsive. FMCG organizations believe that it is important to keep local production and incorporate a certain level of local ingredients in products that are sold in different countries.
Canadean's Global Executives Survey: Latest Factors Driving Change in Global Supply Chains Survey examines executives' opinion on key actions used for analyzing the credibility of foreign suppliers, country wise supply chain presence, and major challenges for supply chain. Organizations can analyze the impact of trade agreements and economic unions on a company's performance, and assess the major advantages and disadvantages of free-trade agreements for organizations. Additionally, it examines the significance of local production and use of local ingredients and also identifies future focus areas for FMCG organizations.