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ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION COVER SHEET

SUBJECT CODE : BUSI 1150
SUBJECT TITLE : E-Logistics and International Supply Chain Management
PROGRAMME : UOG-MBA
UOG ID : 000858488
NAME : XING JIE
LECTURER’S NAME : Mr. Sugendran
LEARNING CENTRE : SEGi COLLEGE KUALA LUMPUR
SUBMISSION DATA : 06/05/2015

目录 1.0 Introduction 2 1.1 Supply Chain 2 1.2 Risk 2 1.21 Internal Risk 3 1.22 External Risk 3 1.23 Bullwhip Effect 4 2.0 company 4 3.0 Growth 5 4.0 Supply chain in the business 6 4.1 Operate Scope 7 4.2 Marketing model 8 4.3 Procurement model 8 4.4 Production Mode 9 4.5 Inventory management model 10 4.6 Delivery Mode 10 5.0 company supply chain of risk and uncertainly 11 5.1 Internal 11 5.2 External 12 6.0 overcome the risk 12 6.1 SWOT 12 6.11 Strengths 12 6.12 Weakness 14 6.13 opportunity 14 6.14 threat 15 6.2 solution based 16 7.0 conclusion 16 8.0 Reference 17

1.0 Introduction
1.1 Supply Chain
Supply chain is entire network of entities that is the production and distribution process involved raw material suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers and ultimately consumers connect upstream and downstream members of the network structure. Supply chain like a leafy tree, Production business is the roots, is the main bar of the main agents, distributors are branches and trees and Ilex green leaves safflower is the end user. Raw material suppliers to produce the raw materials into products, and the product is stored in warehouses and distribution centers, these products are distributed to retailers and ultimately reach customers through retailers.
1.2 Risk
Supply chain system is a complex system. Source supply chain risk is the presence of various uncertainties that is including many internal and external factors. Between…...

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