Date : 06-07 Dec 2023
Time : 08.00am - 05.00pm
Venue : SANTA GRAND SIGNATURE HOTEL, K.L
LEARNING OBJECTIVE :
Supply Chain Management involves the broader coordination of all activities in the supply chain, while Logistic Management specifically focuses on the movement and storage of goods within that supply chain. Both are critical for ensuring the efficiency, effectiveness, and responsiveness of a company's operations in a competitive business environment.
Supply Chain Management refers to the end-to-end process of planning, implementing, and controlling the efficient flow and storage of goods, services, and related information from the point of origin to the point of consumption. The supply chain encompasses all the activities and processes involved in the production and distribution of a product or service, from raw materials to the final consumer.
The key components of Supply Chain Management include:
Logistic Management: Logistic Management is a subset of Supply Chain Management that focuses specifically on the planning, implementation, and control of the efficient movement and storage of goods, services, and information within a supply chain. It involves the coordination of various activities, such as transportation, inventory management, warehousing, and order fulfillment, to ensure the smooth flow of products from production to consumption.
Key elements of Logistic Management include: