3 edition of Evaluating the SEcurity of the Global Containerized Supply Chain found in the catalog.
May 25, 2005
by RAND Corporation
Written in English
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Blockchain technology-enabled supply chain systems and supply chain performance: a resource-based view Madhavi Latha Nandi, Santosh Nandi, Hiram Moya, Hale Kaynak. Using the resource-based theoretical view of the firm, this paper aims to explore how firms’ efforts to integrate blockchain technology (BCT) into their supply chain. The global supply chain system that supports this trade is essential to the United States’ economy and is a critical global asset. Through the. National Strategy for Global Supply Chain Security (the Strategy), we articulate the United States Government’s policy to strengthen the global supply chain in order to protect the welfare and.
As we begin the new year, many companies are standing back and re-evaluating the health of their supply chains. In this column, we continue with the eight-part series on transforming supply chains into integrated value systems, based on a new book entitled “Supply Chain Redesign” (Handfield and Nichols, Prentice-Hall, to appear in April ). Your supply chain is the lifeline of your business, but it also can be a significant vulnerability during a hurricane or a natural catastrophe or other event such as a cyber-attack, strike or delay. With hurricane season underway, it might be a good time to review your supply chain to understand critical dependencies and identify alternate sources in the event of a failure.
their materials. This was possible in a domestic economy. With global-ization increasing more and more each day, customers must begin to build relationships with their suppliers and practice effective supply chain management to maintain the supply of essential materials. With the signing of the NAFTA agreement in January 1, , the. Supply Chain Security Considerations y Many elements of supply chain security pertain to all organizations, but to differing degrees y Focus on elements of greatest importance to your organization y Complex, multi-country, and multi-vendor supply chains demand more collaboration on security issues.
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Evaluating the security of the global containerized supply chain. [Henry H Willis; David Ortiz] -- Much worldwide cargo, from raw materials to finished products, travels via containerized shipping. For the shippers, the main concern has always been losses from theft or accident.
But shipping. Buy Evaluating the Security of the Global Containerized Supply Chain (Technical Report (RAND)) by Willis, Henry H (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). The global supply chain is the network of suppliers, manufacturing centers, warehouses, distribution centers, and retail outlets that transforms raw materials into finished products and delivers them to consumers (Simchi-Levi, Kaminsky, and Simchi-Levi, ).
Security of the system has traditionally focused on reducing shrinkage the loss of cargo shipments through Cited by: x Evaluating the Security of the Global Containerized Supply Chain Figure S.1 Interactions Between the Logistics, Transaction, and Oversight Layers of the Supply Chain.
The dif-ferent points of view of the supply chain can be viewed in terms of a layered set of networks. The. Securing the global supply chain is essential to our national and economic security.
Thus, we must work to foster a global supply chain system that is prepared for and can withstand evolving threats and hazards, and rapidly recovery from disruptions. Elements to evaluate the Security of the C.S.C.
Pedro Vizcaino Moreno 9 1. Introduction: The Security of the Containerized Supply Chain (C.S.C.) In this section will be discussed the concept of containerized supply chain, which is its definition, the reasons for its existence, its extent and importance in today's society.
The main points developed in the project are: Introduction: The Security of the Containerized Supply Chain (C.S.C.) Literature review of Elements related with the Security and the Performance of the C.S.C. Proposed and Implemented measures to improve the Security of the C.S.C.
Analysis of the measures to improve the Security of the. Time - When companies look at selecting supply chain performance metrics, they usually will examine those metrics that relate to time, as they are easily calculated, easily understood, and clearly show operational effectiveness.
For example, companies will look at metrics that show the level of on-time deliveries, on-time receipts, time to process purchase. The National Strategy for Global Supply Chain Security was released in Januaryand it outlined two key objectives.
Goal 1: Promote the efficient and secure movement of goods. The first goal of the strategy is to promote the timely, efficient flow of legitimate commerce while protecting and securing the supply chain from exploitation and. Supply-chain security refers to efforts to enhance the security of the supply chain or value chain, the transport and logistics system for the world's combines traditional practices of supply-chain management with the security requirements driven by threats such as terrorism, piracy, and theft.
Typical supply-chain security activities include. Global Supply Chain Security is an exemplary and comprehensive examination of the Department of Homeland Security's initiatives to protect our nation's supply chain and a must-read for everyone.
Giermanski's thorough examination of the vulnerabilities and the steps taken to fix the glaring gaps clearly reinforces the importance of continuing to be ever vigilant Reviews: 1. A supply chain, as opposed to supply chain management, is a set of organizations directly linked by one or more of the upstream and downstream flows of products, services, finances, and information from a source to a customer.
Managing a supply chain is 'supply chain management' (Mentzer et al., ).. The balanced scorecard approach uses the aspects below to measure supply chain performance. Customers: The balanced scorecard helps to track customer interaction such as order details, shipment tracking and delivery fill rate, on-time delivery and the status of the deliverable can be tracked during any phase of the product or project lifecycle.
Global supply chain management model the goal is to maximize profit through enhanced competitiveness in the final world markets – a competitiveness that is.
The Supply Chain Security (SCS) is defined as the application of policies, procedures, and technology to protect supply chain assets such as product, facilities, equipment, information, and. Ensuring the security and prosperity of the maritime supply chain is simply too important for Congress not to get this right.
Emil Maine is a National Security Research Assistant at the Heritage Foundation, where he conducts independent research on U.S. defense posture. The views and opinions expressed in this article are his own. Also, programs to improve supply-chain security have focused largely on preventing and deterring terrorist attacks, with little focus on improving the supply chain's fault tolerance or resilience.
The global container supply chain moves cargo rapidly across seas and into ports throughout the world. For global supply chains that go by ocean, there is a built in time lag attributable to ship transit times.
Container ships carrying exports. Which initiative encourages businesses to ensure the integrity of their security practices and verify the security guidelines of their business partners within the supply chain?
ner Security Initiative s-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism me Transportation Security Act of and Secure Trade. Supply Chains Built for Efficiency. Efficiency supply chain models include, the efficient chain model, the fast chain model and the continuous flow model.
All three of these models put efficiency first and are geared toward certain industries like paper industries, cement industries, commodity producing industries and even budget fashion industries.• The Supply Chain Management Handbook (SCMH) provides guidance materials to continuously improve On Time, On Quality Delivery (OTOQD) throughout the entire value stream.
• It‘s objective is to help the supply chain improve their quality performance through better understanding of aviation, space and.