Command and supply

14 September 2010
16 September 2010 | Kamendran Govender

Apply the seven supply chain commandments to your procurement practice – and ensure its daily execution is faultless – and you will achieve superior performance, argues Kamendran Govender

The way companies source, manufacture and distribute products has come under unprecedented pressure in recent years. Rapid swings in the availability and price of key commodities, major currency fluctuations, upheaval in financial markets and disruptive geopolitical events have created significant challenges for supply chains.

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