14_SupplyChain_Glob

14_SupplyChain_Glob - Textile Supply Chain Globalization...

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1 Textile Supply Chain Globalization Textile Concepts TT 105 Oct 16, 2007
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2 Supply chain: Slacks Fabric Sewing Thread Trims Buttons Buckles Zipper White Color Matched for Face Fabric Pockets Face Fabric Lining Coordination in Manufacturing Facilities
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3 Supply Chain Development: A Part of Merchandising Coordination of Product Design and Retail Sales Understanding of Consumers’ Behavior Advertising Development Training of the Manufacturers Products Displays Quality Assurance Global sourcing Inventory Management Supply Chain Development
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4 Product specification Identification of customers’ needs Material development Product architecture Design of manufacturing Prototyping and evaluating Global sourcing Supply chain development Global textile mass production On-time delivery Retail Sales Inventory Management
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5 Formation of Supply Chain 1. Material development: fabrics, colors, patterns, sizes, and trims 2. Prototype-sampling 3. Revised designs and patterns 4. Sourcing
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6 Supply Chain Formation Assembly into “ full packaged ” goods Low production cost Distribution to arrive right time, place, quantity, quality “Top 10 Countries” China Mexico Hong Kong Honduras Vietnam Indonesia Dominican Republic India Philippines Bangladesh
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7 Traditional Trade Flows Time- Sensitive Price-Sensitive
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8 Supply Chain - Example Joanne Fabrics Delivery company (in case FOB) Milliken Delivery company (in case CIS) Polyester fiber – Unifi Polyester chip – Eastman Chemical Dyes – China Shipping company Raw materials
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Where to Source? Where you get acceptable quality at the lowest cost at the right time! Local sourcing
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course TT 105 taught by Professor Michielsen during the Fall '08 term at N.C. State.

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