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30-11-2000 12:00 AM

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The purpose of a supply management network (supply chain) is to deliver a specific product to a specific place at a predetermined time for the least cost and/or the maximum profit of the end user. In the process, numerous business issues will be involved. Among them are production, input acquisition accounting, logistics, quality control, and documentation. By definition, the increased profit of the user does not necessarily mean maximum profit for the supply chain participants. However, an increase in profits for both parties would be necessary to prompt a switch from unorganized to organized marketing.

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https://doi.org/10.31274/icm-180809-684

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Supply Management Organizations for Grain

The purpose of a supply management network (supply chain) is to deliver a specific product to a specific place at a predetermined time for the least cost and/or the maximum profit of the end user. In the process, numerous business issues will be involved. Among them are production, input acquisition accounting, logistics, quality control, and documentation. By definition, the increased profit of the user does not necessarily mean maximum profit for the supply chain participants. However, an increase in profits for both parties would be necessary to prompt a switch from unorganized to organized marketing.

 

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