Supply Chain Integration in the Automobile Industry : The Case of ANX

@inproceedings{Cassivi2000SupplyCI,
  title={Supply Chain Integration in the Automobile Industry : The Case of ANX},
  author={Luc Cassivi and Louis A. Lefebvre and Ga{\"e}l Le Hen},
  year={2000}
}
This paper describes a major undertaking in supply chain integration. By adopting a common communication platform (ANX), the automotive industry is bridging together major OEMs and an impressive supplier network all around the world. The ANX platform will ultimately allow the interconnection of tens of thousands of companies that support different activities along an automobile’s value chain, i.e. from basic design right up to recuperation. With the advent of the five-day car, the industry is… CONTINUE READING

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