SUPPLY CHAINS AT THE THE EXTREME: how can we help better?

May 2010
MHD Supply Chain Solutions;May/Jun2010, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p10
Trade Publication
Information about the topics discussed at a meeting involving practitioners in humanitarian aid logistics is presented. The two-day event highlighted the common belief in response, relief, and development situations during disasters despite the dissimilar organizations. The discussion focused on major issues such as awareness of role and impact among supply chains, understanding the different types of supply chain operations, and the use of metrics to monitor the supply chain performance.


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