Reconnecting With Your Supply Chain Network

August 13th, 2008 9:53 pm Category: Case Study, Network Design, Publications, Supply Chain Improvement, by: Editor

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Materials Handling & LogisticsDr. Alan Kosansky, Profit Point’s President, and Ted Schaefer, the company’s Infrastructure Planning Practice Leader, are featured in this month’s issue of Materials Handling & Logisitcs Magazine.

The article, titled Reconnecting With Your Network, reviews the assumptions that motivated the recent shift towards offshoring and the global market changes that have occurred since.

The rush to reduce costs in manufacturing and procurement fueled a surge in outsourcing and offshoring over the last decade that has almost taken on a life of its own. While “low cost” manufacturing has proven a compelling factor, new evidence supports a more detailed understanding of a products total delivered cost.

Read the complete article here.

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