FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION: LEARNING FROM THE SUPPLY CHAIN SUPERPOWER

@inproceedings{Radzi2015FOODSC,
  title={FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION: LEARNING FROM THE SUPPLY CHAIN SUPERPOWER},
  author={Rafisah Mat Radzi and Nadzri Ab Ghani},
  year={2015}
}
Supply chain integration is postulated as the key to achieve supply chain management excellence. There is an equivocal claim that Japanese companies are better at managing their supply chains. Yet, little is known about the Japanese food supply chain. Ten interviews with supply chain managers were conducted using an open ended interview approach. These companies were randomly selected based on Japan External Trade Organizations (JETRO) listing. Using a qualitative approach, the findings… CONTINUE READING

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