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    Title: Using postponed manufacturing to reconfigure the supply chain in the desktop personal company industry: The case of Taiwan
    Authors: Huang, Chih-wen;Lo, Chi-pang
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際貿易學系暨國際企業研究所
    Date: 2003-06
    Issue Date: 2009-11-30 18:19:49 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Poole: International Journal of Management
    Abstract: In response to the increasing customer demands for variety and rapid delivery at acceptable cost, companies decentralize their final manufacturing into their distribution centers to serve customer. A reconfiguration of supply chain may be needed to implement postponed manufacturing, it has interactions with marketing and manufacturing. In this article, we expectantly develop an analysis concept for the supply chain reconfiguration. From Taiwan's desktop PC industry, it provides a case for creating value on OEM/ODM business through supply chain integration. So, it is seeking a new supply chain structure - the "virtual manufacturing alliance" - it through global logistics strategy combination the modularization and postponement concepts to configure the supply chain. Finally, postponement applications in global supply chains develop extension.
    In response to the increasing customer demands for variety and rapid delivery at acceptable cost, companies decentralize their final manufacturing into their distribution centers to serve customer. A reconfiguration of supply chain may be needed to implement postponed manufacturing, it has interactions with marketing and manufacturing. In this article, we expectantly develop an analysis concept for the supply chain reconfiguration. From Taiwan's desktop PC industry, it provides a case for creating value on OEM/ODM business through supply chain integration. So, it is seeking a new supply chain structure - the "virtual manufacturing alliance"- it through global logistics strategy combination the modularization and postponement concepts to configure the supply chain. Finally, postponement applications in global supply chains develop extension.
    Relation: International journal of management 20(2), pp.241-256
    Appears in Collections:[國際企業學系暨研究所] 期刊論文

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