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  • What Is Anticipatory Logistics

    The Wonderful World of Logistics, do you have the Inspiration to be One of the Elite? An individual is driving a car down a multi-lane highway, when suddenly a tractor trailer truck swerves over to the left lane and cuts the car off. Needless to say the driver of the car is infuriated and wondering why tractor trailers are even allowed in the left lane to begin with. Additionally, How about the logistical issues concerning the military, how do soldiers acquire all their equipment that they need…

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  • Case Study Of Dubai Logistics City Project

    Dubai Logistics city project is the world 's first integrated logistics and multi-modal transport platform - with the new Dubai Logistics City (DLC), Jebel Ali Port and Free Zone and the new Jebel Ali International Airport (JXB) at its core. It is set up as another free zone in the desert, for reasons of vast expansion possibilities and close proximity of Jebel Ali International Airport which benefits companies for the perfect tri-modality within a single customs bond. Furthermore it is very…

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  • Manufacturer Case Study

    Manufacturers face different issues that affect their productions and supply. Manufacturers face issues such as global market forces, risks, development chain, supply chain and strategies. How are manufacturers able to go through all these issues and still keep up their place? The first issue is global market forces. One of the main global forces that manufacturers have to consider is sustainability and the environment. Many people are now environmental conscience by living sustainable lives.…

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  • Amazon Bin System Case Study

    Technology About technology policy, Amazon has been committed to improve logistics efficiency and cost savings. Because the amazon sales are very large, so inventory and logistics management requires more reasonable technical methods. A good management system not only can improve the efficiency of operation, also can reduce the risk of inventory and logistics management, to avoid unnecessary loss. So in this part, we will talk about Amazon’s Bin System which is Amazon’s warehouse management…

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  • Apple Company Code Of Conduct

    Introduction Apple Inc. is known as the largest tech giant world over for its best quality products like iPhone, iPad, watch, Mac computer and smart TV, etc. Besides 115,000 employees in the US, its suppliers employ more than 1.6 million people in 20 countries. Apple has a set code of conduct to be followed by all its employees as well as suppliers. It helps to keep a balance in the decent workplace to avoid any discrimination based on race, color, ethnicity, age, nationality, sex,…

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  • Sirva Acquisition Strategy

    Part 3 Type of industry: Moving services industry. The public company which is a candidate for BJM to consider for their long-term expansion and acquisition strategy is the Sirva Inc, a worldwide relocation and moving company. It is one of the largest moving companies in the world with more than 1,475 offices in over 170 countries. They provide moving services through agents that own trucks and these agents are also responsible for hauling, packing, storage and distribution of household…

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  • Tesco Value Chain

    Chaffey (2002) Value Chain is a model that considers how supply chain activities can add more value to products and services delivered to customers Inbound logistic: This activity refers to the relationship with suppliers and all activities related to receive, storage, transport and deliverof inputs into business (Ingram n.d.). The main logistic tasks of Tesco is receiving receipt from suppliers, storing inventories, handling and transporting goods internally in the business. To increase its…

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  • Costco Swot Analysis Essay

    SWOT Analysis Strengths. The most powerful strength that Costco has is pricing authority. It is Costco’s philosophy that they will provide its members with quality goods at the most competitive prices. Their goal is not to maximize profits in short term, but build trust with customers that they provide the most competitive prices. Costco values their employees more than anything. They pay higher rate of wages that other competitors, and provide good cares. The turnover rate is less than 5% for…

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  • Hamilton Group RDA Case Study

    In recent years, the Hamilton Group RDA (HGRDA) becomes one of the biggest RDA groups in New Zealand. HGRDA provides horse riding services to a large consumer group which involves approximately 160 riders enrolled in 2017. Even though the numbers of rider are large and increasing, the HGRDA is currently using a paper-based system to manage the equine yard and different horse riding lessons for registered riders. By using the paper-based system, all the information about the lesson schedules,…

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  • The Role And Responsibilities Of A Tramp Agent In The Maritime Industry

    In the Maritime Industry, there are two types of shipping. Liner shipping and Tramp Shipping. In order to manage these two forms of shipping, a port agent or a port agency is designated person or agency held responsible for handling shipments and cargo, and the general interests of its customers, at ports and harbours worldwide, on behalf of ship owners, managers, and charterers. Specifically, there are two types of port agents. Liner Agent and Tramp Agent. A roles and responsibilities of a…

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