|Brand enhancement: The ‘hidden’ benefit of implementing food chain visibility
Pending governmental regulations coupled with the complications of managing ever more complex sourcing and production makes it imperative that food companies significantly elevate their ability to monitor traceability within food chains.
|Operational footprint as a capability, not a liability
By establishing a formal review process to assess the operational footprint at periodic intervals and as part of the long-range strategic planning process, multi-site corporations can gain a substantial competitive edge—with more streamlined cost structures, more efficient supply chain processes, more shock-proof networks, and a range of other benefits.
|Achieving excellence in production and supply
PwC looks inside manufacturing and to identify take a look at the threats to, and opportunities for, achieving excellence in manufacturing production and supply.
|Navigating global sourcing challenges
Navigating global sourcing challenges can be difficult. Keys for successful global sourcing should include rigorous up-front planning, fact-based decisions, disciplined execution, and the right resources.
|Enterprise Co-Creation: Improving the performance of your supplier base
Establishing a platform for continuous and more in-depth exchange of improvement ideas can help improve supplier base performance.
|Global supply chain trends 2011
Maximizing flexibility in the supply chain is now the pre-condition for growing company revenues while keeping supply chain costs under control.
|Global sourcing: Creating competitive advantage in the marketplace
Global sourcing solutions can also deliver important strategic benefits and cost reduction
|Transportation & Logistics 2030: Supply Chain Security
Our goal is to develop insightful future scenarios for the sector up to the year 2030. In the first three volumes, published between October 2009 and October 2010, we investigated future developments regarding energy and emissions, transport infrastructure and the emerging markets. n