FASHION INDUSTRY SUPPLY CHAIN. SUPPLY CHAIN
Fashion industry supply chain. Delhi fashion week spring summer 2011
Fashion Industry Supply Chain
- apparel industry: makers and sellers of fashionable clothing
- A conspiratorial organization that is hell bent on forcing women of size to wear frumpy clothing, and to promote anorexia by utilizing uber-skinny models.
- Fashion, a general term for the style and custom prevalent at a given time, in its most common usage refers to costume or clothing style.
- (Supply chains) refer to the multiple processes that connect customers and suppliers. It is about logistics — getting the right materials to the right people and places at the right time. Effective supply chain management is vital for organizations to be successful.
- A supply chain is a system of organizations, people, technology, activities, information and resources involved in moving a product or service from supplier to customer.
- The sequence of processes involved in the production and distribution of a commodity
- A sequence of events, which may include conversion, movement or placement, which adds value to goods, products, or services.
Threads of Labour: Garment Industry Supply Chains from the Workers' Perspective (Antipode Book Series)
Threads of Labour presents new empirical research by a network of garment workers' support organizations and makes sense of global supply chains from the bottom up.
Presents new empirical research by a network of garment workers' support organizations in ten different locations in Asia, Europe and Mexico.
Creates a blueprint for conducting worker-orientated action research in order to better understand and resist the negative impact of globalization on labour.
Ensures that workers' voices reach those who are already trying to reconfigure global capitalism in more humane directions.
Explores the ways in which workers might begin to develop new forms of organization that are more suited to securing gains in the global garment industry.
Bridges the gap between activist and academic research, improving the conversation between these two groups.
New Supply Chain Agenda by Reuben Slone, J. Paul Dittmann, and John T. Mentzer Web-Ready Jacket Image 72dpi
The New Supply Chain Agenda: The 5 Steps that Drive Real Value
Authors: Reuben Slone, J. Paul Dittmann, and John T. Mentzer
Publication Date: May 11, 2010
Description: Is your company delivering products to customers at the right time, place, and price - with the best possible availability and lowest possible cost and working capital? If not, you're probably alienating your customers and suppliers, eroding shareholder value, and losing control of your fixed costs. These dangerous mistakes can put you out of business. In The New Supply Chain Agenda, Reuben Slone, J. Paul Dittmann, and John Mentzer explain how to reinvent your supply chain to avoid those errors? and turn your supply chain into a competitive weapon that produces unprecedented economic profit for your firm. Drawing on a wealth of company examples, the authors show how to activate the five levers of supply chain excellence:
- putting the right people with the right skills in the right jobs
- leveraging supply chain technologies such as system optimization and visibility tools
- eliminating cross-functional disconnects, including SKU proliferation
- collaborating with suppliers and customers to generate a seamless flow of information and supply chain improvements
- managing supply chain projects skillfully
Apply the steps in this book, and you build a supply chain that delivers as it should - without leaving money on the table.
Author Bios: Reuben Slone joined OfficeMax in November 2004 as the executive vice president of supply chain. He is responsible for inventory management, supply chain operations, real estate, store development, and indirect procurement for the company. Slone was most recently vice president, global supply chain for Whirlpool Corporation where he led the transformation of Whirlpool's supply chain over the past four years.
Other works by these authors:
John T. Mentzer is a professor of Marketing, Logistics, and Transportation at The University of Tennessee, has received numerous awards for his research and teaching in the areas of strategy, forecasting, and customer service quality as a linkage between marketing and logistics in supply chain management. He is a distinguished fellow of the Academy of Marketing Science--a distinction given to less than 30 scholars worldwide. He also has extensive experience working with service, manufacturing, and government organizations.
J. Paul Dittmann is the Director, of Corporate Partnerships at the University of Tennessee, and the Managing Director of the Demand/Supply Integration Forums.
Lighting Up the Lean Supply Chain
Pick to Light can optimize parts or order picking, kitting, sequencing and assembly in many applications. By reducing errors and increasing productivity, Lightning Pick systems can optimize your lean supply chain operations, from production through order fulfillment.
fashion industry supply chain
The internationalization and consolidation of retailing is turning the traditional retail industry on its head. International purchasing, fast and efficient operational models and new technologies constantly challenge retailers. Real price competition is just beginning. The Retail Value Chain analyzes the changes in the retail industry and the strategic options now open to companies. The book describes the key concepts of Efficient Consumer Response (ECR) and provides several illustrative cases to demonstrate the results.
This book explores the following topics:
• Why have hard discounters succeeded in many markets?
• What are the key success factors of premium retailing?
• How can traditional retailing respond to competition from new entrants?
• How will private labels change product development processes and the balance of power in the retail value chain?
• How can different manufacturers benefit from ECR-collaboration?
• How do retailers share and use information in collaboration with manufacturers?
• How will new technologies change the retail value chain?
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