Supply Chain Performance Measurement Framework for Manufacturing Industries – A Theoretical Approach
The article addresses the issues of Supply Chain (SC) performance measurement – the process of qualifying the efficiency and effectiveness of the supply chain. The aim of this study is to create a supply chain measurement framework for the manufacturing industry. This study creates a framework for supply chain measurement by presenting the main theory framework for such measurement. It is stated that supply chain performance measurement is extremely important in developing the supply chain. The measurement framework in this study offers guidelines for measuring the supply chain in the manufacturing industry.
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