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Financial Liability in the Command Supply Discipline Program. Burnham, Thomas P. May 1, 2019 1938
Linking supply chain management superiority to multifaceted firm financial performance. Greer, Bertie M.; Theuri, Peter Report Jul 1, 2012 6570
The 3d sustainment brigade embraces finance: the brigade's experience in Iraq demonstrates how finance is being integrated into the mission of sustainment brigades under the Army's modular transformation. Sullivan, Terry Jul 1, 2012 1970
Using Value Engineering to reduce life cycle cost. Benstin, Mark S.; Benston, David P.; Haraburda, Scott S. Jan 1, 2011 2374
Logistics in the PLA. Andrew, Martin Mar 1, 2010 4113
Supplier finance programs providing a lifeline in today's trade marketplace. Guttridge, Jane Nov 1, 2009 698
Ingenuity and initiative help move damaged track vehicles. Japalucci, Don; Pendergraft, Ken Sep 22, 2008 698
Supply Chain financing gets real; more and more businesses are launching global trade management software solutions in efforts to control the stubborn costs of financing their supply chains. There are three key steps that supply managers must take if they are to take full advantage of the new tools. Kerr, John Nov 1, 2006 2192
Issues and unexplored opportunities within the Navy Working Capital Fund. Fawls, Christopher May 1, 2006 2522
Capital spending plan to help 'build a better Boots'. Brief article Apr 24, 2006 201
Looking at the future of supply measurement: as the business environment becomes more global and complex, solid purchasing and supply measures take on a new level of strategic importance. Carter, Phillip J.; Monczka, Robert M.; Mosconi, Trish Dec 1, 2005 1427
Three keys to successful cost migration: determining what capabilities to migrate to low-cost countries, where to put them, and how to execute the migration initiative are the keys to success. Vestring, Till; Varma, Suvir; Reinert, Uwe Sep 1, 2005 961
Global realities call for "demand" mindset: by building a responsive, demand-driven supply chain, companies can do battle more competitively in today's dynamic global arena. Aimi, Greg Apr 1, 2005 1269
SWT--supporting fleet operations through funding cargo movement. Stewart, Lawrence E. Jan 1, 2005 761
Now a British view of top global 3PLs: Transport Intelligence provides another view as to which companies are the worldwide 3PL leaders. (Top 50 3PLs). Jul 1, 2003 769
Wall Street values supply chain management: company stock prices can rise and fall on how well its supply chain executes. (Supply Chain). Brief Article Apr 1, 2003 263
Survey predicts 3PL sales slump. (Breaking News You Should Know). Brief Article Jan 1, 2003 111
Supply chain vendors suffer as buying habits change. Brief Article Dec 10, 2002 289
Supply chain Rx: six sure-fire remedies to improve the health of OEM/supplier relations. (Supplier Business). Fitzgerald, Craig Nov 1, 2002 1186
Datamonitor issues predictions for European SME spending. Brief Article May 24, 2002 110
You need to know where you're going: before companies can begin to integrate their supply chain, they first need to know their costs. (Insights). LaLonde, Bud Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 625
The financial advantages of the lean supply chain: companies are investing in software, hiring consultants, and reconfiguring their physical supply chains in order to capture the promised returns from lean supply chain management. Yet the returns from these investments can be elusive. What these companies may not realize is that it's not about expense reduction or profit enhancement--it's about creating capacity for growth. (Finance). Reeve, James M. Statistical Data Included Mar 1, 2002 5345
Inbound freight: often a missed opportunity: when it comes to inbound freight management, many companies are missing the mark. They are failing to pay adequate attention to this crucial connection between themselves and their suppliers. By doing so, these companies risk leaving a significant amount of money on the table. (Transportation). Ampuja, Jack; Pucci, Ray Mar 1, 2002 5819
Defense Working Capital Fund: In the simplest of terms, the DWCF was established to allow the federal government purchase and repair activities to account for costs and revenue as if it were a commercial business. (Supply and Maintenance Focus). Taylor, June Statistical Data Included Dec 22, 2001 5707
Controlling the Uncontrollable. LOGAN JR., HAROLD R. Apr 1, 2001 1593
Making Finance Take Notice. LALONDE, BUD Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 1199

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