JLR has honed the design of new vehicles so each complex and high-cost element was supplied at the best TCO
JLR has honed the design of new vehicles so each complex and high-cost element was supplied at the best TCO

An invest-to-save approach at Jaguar Land Rover

Rebecca Ellinor Tyler is former editor of Supply Management
25 November 2016

A cross-department team worked together on total cost of ownership of parts and saved €48m.

“We are regularly tested with complex supply issues that stretch us,” says Nathan Earland, supply chain design manager at Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), “but the development of a cost model was one of the biggest challenges we’ve faced.” The project at JLR was to...

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