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Articles from Supply Chain Management Review (July 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
A practical look at CPFR: the Sears-Michelin experience. (Partnership). Steermann, Hank 4558
Engineering the 3PL selection process: for a company like Huber Engineered Materials that views outsourcing as a strategic process, selecting the right 3PL is an exact process that focuses more on technology, operations and management skills than on cost. (Top 50 3PLs). Foster, Thomas A. 2024
From supply chain execution to business transformation: leveraging your logistics providers. Tyndall, Gene 826
How to master cross-enterprise collaboration. (Advantage). Bowersox, Donald J.; Closs, David J.; Stank, Theodore P. 5198
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). 769
Security matters. (Prevention). Quinn, Francis J. Interview 4485
Seizing the potential of the service supply chain. (Lifecycle). Poole, Kevin 4211
The elusive goal of integration. (In This Issue). Quinn, Frank Editorial 428
The promise of EPM. (Technology). Hagerty, John; Stiffler, Dana 1574
The real cost of holding inventory. (Decisions). Timme, Stephen G.; Williams-Timme, Christine 5492
The top 50 3PLs by North American revenues. (Top 50 3PLS). 1080
Trusting your instincts: Keith Harrison of Procter & Gamble. (Profiles in Leadership). Williams, Lisa R. 1244
What sourcing channel is right for you? (Solutions). Handfield, Robert B.; Straight, Samuel L. 4868
Who has the corner office? Data from Career Patterns survey shows steady structural evolution in the composition of supply chain leaders. (Insights). La Londe, Bud 1000

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