Enhancing Supply Chain Efficiency Through JIT & Process Refinements

A Supply Chain is a network of organizations, people, processes, and resources involved in the production and delivery of products or services to an end consumer. This network involves a flow of goods which can involve procurement of raw materials, manufacturing, storage, distribution, delivery to customers, and recovery of goods. But, Supply Chain is more than just moving products or services from point A to point B — it is a strategic keystone that has the power to elevate business. Due to the many moving parts of a Supply Chain, it can be difficult to get it right, but this balance is essential for businesses to stay competitive and adjust to the changes happening in the business world.

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Kayla Bennett is a Senior Consultant at DayBlink Consulting.