Over the past ten years in Australia, supply chain management has begun to transition from the back office to the boardroom. Historically seen as a ‘necessary evil’ or simply part of the ‘cost of doing business’, supply chain was the realm of trucks, warehouses and burly men in fluorescent safety vests.
This view is rapidly changing as organisations recognise the upside of effective supply chain management. Companies can realise improvements both to the company’s financial position and to customer service levels.
Read an article by GRA's Carter McNabb about supply chain management, as well as some real results, at