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A Detailed Study on the Milk Supply Chain Process


  • Bharath School of Business, Bharath University, Chennai, India


The concept of supply chain management is becoming a more strategic than a transactional methodology in nature. The need for incorporating a more integrated perspective of how products and processes have to go in hand with the strategic decisions to enhance competitive advantage has been amplified. The purpose of this paper is to provide a better understanding of how this alignment should be done.

After having a thorough review and synthesizing the important findings from existing literature, an integrated framework is derived that highlights how products should be best matched with their production and logistics processes.


Agile Production, Lean Production, Operation Management, Supply Chain Management

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