This Case is about SUPPLY CHAIN
PUBLICATION DATE: January 15, 2013 PRODUCT #: BH509-PDF-ENG
The function of the worldwide supply chain as a mechanism to cure serious supply chain disruptions has not yet been investigated sufficiently, while supply chain management was approached from various views. This informative article discusses the ways in which Japanese production companies have reacted to atomic catastrophe, tsunami, and the recent quake.
Predicated on case studies of Japanese manufacturing companies, this informative article represents on supply chain lessons when it draw closer to the disaster preparation and revival results and presents a discussion of the supply chain restoration procedure after intense natural disasters and humanitarian dislocations. The essential abilities of dispersion, portability, and supply chain information layout are discussed.