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Articles from Supply Chain Management Review (March 1, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
2002 summary of world markets. (Products). Statistical Data Included 755
2003 Summary of World Markets. (Products). Statistical Data Included 757
50 Big Warehouses. (Company). 1268
A year to forget: distributors would love to erase 2001 from their collective memories. (Industry). Elliot, Heidi Industry Overview 1743
Among the giants: oracle stands within the top 5 suppliers of supply-chain software. (Products). Kelly, Caitlin Brief Article 847
Asset automation: datastream looks to prosper with automated MRO offerings. (Company). Sherman, Erik Company Profile 1101
Calculating ROI: hope for best, plan for worst: by examining a proposed investment's financial performance over a range of conditions, you'll know how wrong you can be and still be right. (Industry). Field, Karen Auguston Brief Article 1046
Clearer need: SAP AG sees improved demand for supply-chain management due to economic conditions. (Company). Kelly, Caitlin Brief Article 835
Computer in use per capita percent change. (Products). Brief Article 190
Computers in use per capita by year 2000. (Products). Brief Article 240
Consolidation and collaboration: Membership Services Inc. top 100 tracks a software industry in the midst of transition. (Company). Parker, Kevin Brief Article 450
Editor's letter. (Supply Chain Yearbook 2002). Mulcahy, Susan Editorial 215
Engineer of the Year: a visionary for better vision. (People). Maloney, Lawrence D Brief Article 975
Engineers bank better $alaries: although salaries aren't going hog wild, our exclusive survey shows where the dollars are. (People). Ames, Benjamin B 1089
Good chemistry: DuPont (E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co.) expects global supply-chain integration to have a positive reaction. (Company). Sherman, Erik Interview 1067
Harvard focuses on general managers. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article 195
How does your check add up? The average materials handling professional makes just under $68,000. Check out where you stand in our annual salary survey. (People). Maloney, David Brief Article 786
How the internet is accelerating supply chain trends: the Internet did not create supply chain innovation. Sharman, Graham Illustration 4884
How to become a supply chain master: looking to increase market share, grow profits, and gain strategic advantage? Then you want to become a supply chain master. These leaders have put supply chain competency at the very heart of their business model, creating supply chain and service strategies that drive additional revenues. Here's how they do it, and what you can do to get on the mastery track. (Industry). Copacino, William C.; Byrnes, Jonathan L.S. 4923
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 5819
Industrial Distribution's top 100 industrial distributors. (Company). Trombly, Richard; Tuttle, Al, Jr.; Brack, Ken; McCrea, Bridget; Fraza, Victoria 1350
Institute for Supply Management holds annual conference. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article 211
Integrating supply and demand. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article 144
Managing inventory investment effectively: today's environment demands continuous improvement at increasingly accelerated levels. Trent, Robert J. Illustration 5850
Measuring the Supply Chain. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article 163
Michigan State University hosts Logistics Seminar. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article 167
Modest expectations: economic outlook: activity should build gradually during 2002. (Industry). Delano, Daryl Statistical Data Included 2318
Multifaceted success: Ashland cultivates strengths in several realms to build big business. (Company). Kelly, Caitlin Brief Article 873
News from the web-enabled world. (eSupply Chain). Buxbaum, Peter 1366
Northwestern University offers logistics program. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article 165
Quality in motion: Kollmorgen builds momentum with supply-chain improvements. (Products). Sherman, Erik 1055
Siemens -- the e-company: in its quest to become an e-business company, Siemens is pursuing a comprehensive approach that goes far beyond the mere selling of products over the Internet. Goller, Albert; Heinzel, Herbert Company Profile 5319
Singapore seminar on Supply Chain. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article 182
Supply Chain Group Awards. (Supply Chain Yearbook 2002). 856
Supply chain management: more than just technology. (Technology). Bermudez, John 1331
Supply Chain OEM/Group Staff. (Supply Chain Yearbook 2002). Brief Article 196
Supply Chain risk assessed. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article 189
Supply-Chain World addresses collaboration. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article 200
Technology is the path, not the destination. (Perspective). MacDonald, Mitchell E. Brief Article 438
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 5345
The myths and realities of import compliance. (Global Links). Dickeson, Jim 1382
The problem with collaboration: only a handful of companies to date have really bought into the promise of supply chain collaboration. (Industry). Forger, Gary R. 1182
Thinking small: Ingersoll-Rand looks to small suppliers for big supply-chain savings. (Company). Sherman, Erik 1040
Top 100 Chemical Distributors. (Company). Statistical Data Included 6823
Top 100 organizations receiving U.S. patents in 2000. (Company). 540
Top 100 Software Vendors. 3558
Top 200 Worldwide Industrial R&D Spenders. (Company). Directory 3303
Top 25 North American Companies. (Company). Industry Overview 1635
Top 25 North American Electronic Component Distributors. (Company). Directory 2640
Top 250 Purchasing Departments. (Company). 2471
Top 50 countries granted U.S. patents 1999. (Industry). Brief Article 225
Top 60 Metal Service Centers. (Company). Industry Overview 3405
Total Venture Capital by State, 1994-2000 (in millions of current U.S. dollars). (Industry). Statistical Data Included 1100
Trade Show Associations. (Industry). 3660
Trade show events in 2002. (Industry). Brief Article 636
United force: born from acquisition, FKI Logistex emerges as a single powerful entity. (Company). (FKI PLC). Sherman, Erik Interview 1032
University of Michigan highlights design, execution. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article 190
Well rounded: Square D finds success in automation markets through successful supply-chain strategies. (Company). Sherman, Erik Company Profile 1028
Who gets paid the most? New study shows sea change in purchasing as titles shift to higher levels, electronic buying rises, and levels of education soar. (People). Illustration 1698
Yearbook Staff. (Supply Chain Yearbook 2002). Brief Article 140
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 625

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