Content Ch 12 Global Logistics Overview

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1 Global Logistics Overview
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3 Exports by Origin 0 200000 400000 600000 800000 1000000 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 Year Value United States Brazil United Kingdom Hungary China Japan Korea, Republic of Source:  www.wto.org
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5 Export Value - 2006 0.0 200.0 400.0 600.0 800.0 1000.0 1200.0 Germany United States China Japan France Netherlands United Kingdom Export Value
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6 World Populations (Source: Eurostat and the World Bank 2005) World Populations 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 China (CN) European Union (EU- 25) India (IN) Japan (JP) Russia (RU) US (US) Rest of World Millions
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7 Stages of international development Export/Import: A national perspective International Operations: Local Presence Globalization: The stateless Enterprise Coca Cola, Dow Chemical, Philips Despite current interests in globalization, only a few firms have reached effective levels of globalization
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8 Managing the global supply chain Performance Cycle Structure Communication delay, financing requirement, packaging requirement, freight scheduling, slow transit time, customs clearance Cycle time becomes longer, less consistent, and less flexible Transportation Deregulation Intermodal ownership and operations, privatization, cabotage and bilateral agreement Operational Considerations Multiple language, unique national accommodation, documentation, countertrade and duty drawback Information Systems Integration Global planning system, global transaction or ERP system Alliances 3PL Logistics manager s task: positioning an enterprise to maximize the benefits of globalization
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9 Current Trade Agreements of the U.S. Global WTO Regional FFTA ASEAN Initiative NAFTA MEFTA APEC Bilateral  Australia FTA Bahrain FTA   Chile FTA  CAFTA-DR   Colombia TPA  Israel FTA   Jordan FTA  Malaysia FTA   Morocco FTA  Oman FTA   Panama TPA  Peru TPA   Malaysia FTA  Singapore FTA   SACU FTA   Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs)   Trade and Investment Framework  Agreements (TIFAs)  Office of the United States Trade Representative
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10 Major geographical blocs: NAFTA A regional trade block US, Canada, and Mexico Removing tariffs over 14 years A sheer increase in trade From $297 to $905 (93-06, billion)
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