Supply Chain Management Practices at Nokia Corporation
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The company had a wide distribution network which helped it to effectively reach the end customers. The case highlights the unique supply chain management practices of Nokia. It also discusses the impact of global economic slowdown on Nokia's revenues and profitability. The case examines how the company is making its supply chain efficient to counter the impact of reduced demand of mobile handsets.
» Understand the importance of efficient supply chain management practices in the success of any business.
IKEA, Operational efficacy, Supply Chain Planning, Supplier Relationship management, Flat Packaging, Warehouse operations, Store design, IWAY, Supply chain management, Transportation and warehousing costs, Ingvar Kamprad, Stackable products, Trading service offices, Strategic forecast, Tactical forecast, Forecasting, Business areas, Replenishment, Landing price, Lead time, Distribution centers, Automated retrieval system, Warehouse Management System, Vendor Managed Inventory, Pallets, Flat trolleys, RFID Technology