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Supply Chain Solutions No. 47 – Strategic Sourcing Drive Cost Reduction.

Supply Chain Solutions No. 47 – Strategic Sourcing Drive Cost Reduction.

February 11, 2017

Delivering strategic sourcing improvement doesn’t just come from finding new suppliers, it starts internally with understanding the business strategy and direction, market intelligence on competitors, customer direction and historical analytics.

Supply Chain Solutions No.46 – Explain the Development and Production Process to know gaps in the Vendor Process

Supply Chain Solutions No.46 – Explain the Development and Production Process to know gaps in the Vendor Process

January 12, 2017

There are three core business models sourcing products. Buying organisations need to define what their business model is and how their process operates, never expect the vendor will understand your business model and process.

Supply Chain Solutions No.45 – Maximise Seafreight Container Fill

Supply Chain Solutions No.45 – Maximise Seafreight Container Fill

January 10, 2017

Managing container fill is important in small and large organisations. Excellent purchase order planning, logistics and carton size working to pack sizes that maximise container fill, and warehousing racking is key.

Supply Chain Solutions No.44 – Get it in Writing

Supply Chain Solutions No.44 – Get it in Writing

January 9, 2017

During the course of engaging a new vendor regarding future endeavours, the scope of services and deliverables through to pricing must be clearly recorded in writing

Supply Chain Solutions No.43 – Transparency creates Trust

Supply Chain Solutions No.43 – Transparency creates Trust

January 8, 2017

Limiting transparency and creating silos due to distrust is a standard management approach when been protective. But is this doing more harm than good?

Supply Chain Solutions No.42 – Supplier late shipment Penalty

Supply Chain Solutions No.42 – Supplier late shipment Penalty

January 8, 2017

Is placing a penalty on a vendor for late shipment a necessity that ensures the product reaches the customer on time or something draconian and unnecessary?

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Listen to what our business partners have to say about IDGC and the principle consultant Phillip Bailey

Ross Matthews

Phillip was Director Supplier Management for my largest customer when I was at Sainty International Group. Phillip is an effective General Manager with many years experience in sourcing, manufacturing, trading, distribution, quality, financial and people management in Asia.

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Henry Lindberg

Phillip was working in head office Jakarta, Indonesia and we communicated concerning supply chain line issues concerning Philippines, packaging, COG, quality issues, product development.

Phillip shows thorough understanding of the product value chain from creation, development, merchandising, operations through to point of sale and what gives value to the customer.

 

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Peter Jack

Phil was my business partner in ID Australia and was a valuable link in the establishment the company.

His knowledge and thorough understanding of China allow ID the opportunity to move into a foreign market place with relative ease and create amazing thematic piece which was simply not viable for us to produce in Australia.

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Peter Jack