Five Keys to Supply Chain Success in India

From Industry Week: “As India’s economy continues to expand (it grew at a rate of 6.8% in 2008, and is expected to dip only slightly to 5.5% in 2009), global manufacturers are adjusting their supply chain operations by focusing on balancing costs and services. “To keep pace with India’s growth rate, companies have been focused on building production capabilities, distribution networks and retail outlets, resulting in complex supply chains with long lead times,” explains Stephen McNulty, regional vice president, Asia Pacific, with supply chain solutions provider JDA Software.”

“As the market continues to mature, companies must focus on optimizing operations to become more efficient. More frequent operational reviews are now essential to meet increased demand, adapt to varying fuel prices and account for fluctuating currency valuations.” Five Keys to Supply Chain Success in India

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