Managing inventories at New Light inc.
New Light began in 1943 in a garage workshop set up by Roy Williamson at his Salt Lake City
home. Roy had always enjoyed tinkering, and in February 1948 he obtained a patent for one of
his designs for lighting fixtur
Avion Inc. Case
What parts of the supply chain are most closely involved with the situation in
this case? What is the responsibility of each part in order to maintain a
smooth flow of material?
There are two components of the supply chain that have bro
Review Questions For Chapter 15:
1. _ essentially determines the nature of agreements that are enforceable and create legal rights between the
a. Agency law 574
b. Contract law 574
c. Civil law
e. None of these choices.
2. A/An _ is
SCM 435 HW 1- C
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Review Questions for Chapter 13
1.Which of the following is not one of the popular definitions of negotiation as presented in the text? 498
a. A negotiation is an interactive communication process that may take place whenever we
want something from someon
Name: Juan Munoz
Course: SCM 425
Case Study: Integrating Global Engineering and Procurement At Air Products
Why was it important for Air Products to develop a global engineering and procurement
process? What are the primary objectives of the process?
Avion, Inc. Case Study
1. In this particular case of Avion, Inc. and its recurring problem with supplier Foster
Technologies, the parts of the supply chain that are most involved are specifically them,
the manufacturer, Avion, Inc. and the supplier Forste
Discuss why negotiation is such an important part of the purchasing process.
Lets start by understanding what negotiation is within a Supply Chain and its purchasing agents.
Negotiations support the implementation if the supply management strategies and p
Review Questions for Chapter 17
1. _ can be defined as the sum of all purchased goods and services that are not a direct part of products or
services delivered to the customer.
a. Direct spend
c. Indirect spend 659
d. Consignment inventory
Discuss why sustainability is becoming more important in supplier survey
Cleary sustainability has been becoming more and more important when it comes to choosing the
right supplier, deciding who to do business with or partner up with. Lets start from the
Discuss the major sources of supply base risk. What are some of the supply chain risk
management tools available to avoid or mitigate supply chain risk?
There are various sources of supply base risk; here are the 9 mayor ones and their explanations:
Name: Juan Munoz
Course: SCM 425
Case Study # 3: Purchasing Ethics
1. What should Bryan do about the clock?
The best thing Bryan should do is return the clock. This can be considered Accepting
Supplier Favors a very common ethical infraction.
1. These are the following departments which are related to the description of this case.
a. Production department: They must provide detailed data to the procurement team
and if any changes are nee