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Kellogg's case Study Analysis

Kellogg's case Study Analysis

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Case Study Analysis Of Kelloggs
Case Study Analysis Of Kelloggs

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Assignment on Case Study
Operations Management 
Submitted by: - Submitted to:-Prof. Hersh SharmaSalil Shrivastava (23)
 Ans 1-
Supply chain consists of three key sectors:1. Primary Sector.2. Secondary Sector.3. Tertiary Sector.If we talking about the Primary sector in this sector we are using raw materials such as oil and coal or food stocks like wheat and corn. Others are used these materials for makingfinished products. And in Secondary sector (or manufacturing) sector in this sector industries create, construct and bring together products. Examples include car manufacturing or bakers who use primary products. For example, in this case Kellogg¶s purchases rice for rice kispies and corn for cornflakes.In Tertiary sector industries do not produce goods. They supply services such as in banking, retailing and many transport industries etc.
The three examples by that kellogg¶s demonstrates good supply chain management are first is Just in time approach. Means efficient delivery of the product to the consumer at the right price, in the right place and at the right time, will result in good business for eachlink of chain.effectual collaboration with all partners like TDG ,Kimberley Clark, within the supply chain.Each company work within their expert area to provide products and services to consumers. And they also use Lean production system for abolish waste. They used computerized warehousing by that products are manufactured efficiently, and then transported from thewarehouses to retail customers. They avoids delays in supplying products.Consumers and government currently look for more environmentally ± friendly methods of  production and distribution systems. It is therefore more well-organized and cost-effective

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