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Supply Chain Performance Factors in the Manufacturing Industry

  • Liliana Avelar-SosaEmail author
  • Jorge Luis García-Alcaraz
  • Aidé Aracely Maldonado-Macías
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Part of the Management and Industrial Engineering book series (MINEN)

Abstract

This chapter discusses the external factors considered in supply chain performance evaluation in the manufacturing industry. We first provide a conceptualization of these factors and then discuss their background. The fundamental goal of this chapter is to provide an overview of those external elements that impact on supply chain performance and to explain how they are traditionally evaluated. Through its content, this chapter makes reference to the following topics:
  • Supply chain risk, including demand risks, supply risks, and process production risk.

  • Manufacturing practices in the supply chain, especially lean manufacturing practices.

  • Regional factors affecting the supply chain, including the government, services, regional costs, regional infrastructure, quality of life, proximity, and human resources characteristics.

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  • Liliana Avelar-Sosa
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  • Aidé Aracely Maldonado-Macías
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  1. 1.Department of Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing, Institute of Engineering and TechnologyUniversidad Autónoma de Ciudad JuárezCiudad JuárezMexico

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