An exploration of facility location metrics in international supply chain
AbstractCompanies could gain competitive advantage through the supply chain network. Especially facility location represent possible source of cost and service performance improvement. The goal of this article is to explore and expose what could be the facility key performance indicators. A literature review is conducted to examine research relating to supply chain network distribution performance measurement, facility location and KPIs on global and local level. An exploration of the supply chain performance literature reveals global and local KPIs that could used for the facility location measurement. A list of key performance metrics related to facility location is presented.
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Date of creation: 28 Jun 2012
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Publication status: Published - Presented, Trends in International Business 2012, 2012, Lyon, France
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glocal strategy; distribution network design; facility location; supply chain performance measurement; KPIs;
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