SOME APPROACHES TO THE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN ECONOMIC AND MILITARY DOMAINS
If a company makes goods from parts purchased from suppliers, and those products are sold to customers, then there is a supply chain. This is comprised of all the businesses and individual contributors involved in manufacturing a product, from raw materials to finished merchandise.
Some supply chains are simple, while others are rather complicated. The complexity of the supply chain will vary with the size of the business and the
intricacy and numbers of items that are manufactured.
Supply chain management is constantly evolving and there are always new trends and issues that are of interest.
Keywords: logistics system; supply chain; supply chain advantages;supply chain disadvantages; Supply Chain Operations;logistics services.
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