CocaCola Supply Chain.pptx

The most important factor of the coca cola company is

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The most important factor of the Coca Cola Company is its employees. Coca-Cola is selling its product to the multinational organizations like MC Donald's, KFC, Sub-way, Dunkin Donuts and also keeping local market in focus. Coca-Cola is focusing on public by charitable contributions. Coca-Cola’s value and future development plans lead to increase in the interest are share holders. They are operating through push strategy of supply chain worldwide in the beverages industry. COMPETITIVE STRATEGY
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10 GLOBAL PRESENCE TILL 2012
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11 1. Africa 2. Pacific 3. European Union 4. Latin America 5. Asia 6. North America GLOBAL BUSINESS IS ORGANIZED INTO SIX GEOGRAPHIC OPERATING DEPARTMENTS:
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12 Company head Marketing Manufacturing and research Administration Internal decision Marketing Manufacturing and research Area Managers Europe Area staff Country subsidiary Africa Area staff Country subsidiary North and South America Area staff Country Subsidiary Middle and far East Area staff Country Subsidiary Administration Finance Strategic planning Finance Strategic planning ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE GLOBAL DECISION MAKING PROCESS
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13 COCA COLA SUPPLY CHAIN PROCESS
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14 A typical supply chain may involve a variety of stages: Customers Retailers Wholesales/distributors Manufacturers/ Plants Component/raw material suppliers SUPPLY CHAIN STAGES
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15 A-B-C classification Studying the demand and finding the best method for forecasting.
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