Chapter 6 - SUPPLY POLICIES AND STRATEGIES ONBP 221 CH 6...

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SUPPLY POLICIES AND STRATEGIES ONBP 221: CH 6
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OBJECTIVES Briefly outline and highlight the most important issues of the following: Using local, national or international suppliers Buying from a manufacturer or distributor Using one or more suppliers Using large or small suppliers Using supplier development Using reciprocity The decision to make or buy Using a captive supplier Highlight the three main issues concerning environmental issues for purchasing and supply management Provide a synopsis of the different types of buying auctions
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Imagine you are the purchasing and supply manager for Coca-Cola: Think of the suppliers Coca-Cola would need to produce their soft drink
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1. Differentiate between local, national and international suppliers. Motivate whether you would purchase from local, national or international suppliers. Pg. 94 – 95 Explain each of the different types of suppliers Indicate which suppliers you would use as a purchasing and supply manager of Coca-Cola and explain why
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