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1 introduction to supply chain management, 2 purchasing management, 3 creating and managing supplier relationships, 4 ethical and sustainable sourcing, 5 demand forecasting, 6 supply chain process integration, 14 performance measurement along the supply chain. How to cite hugos, m (2011) key concepts of supply chain management, in essentials of supply chain management, third edition, john wiley & sons, inc, hoboken, nj. A supply chain that demonstrates commitment to green practices and environmental responsibility third-party logistics providers (3pls) for-hire outside agents that provide transportation and other services including warehousing, document preparation, customs clearance, packaging, labeling and freight bill auditing.
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