The Shipping Point. The Rise of China and the Future of Retail Supply Chain Management
- ID: 1812098
- June 2011
- Region: China
- 288 Pages
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Fascinating insights into the changing supply chain industry in China, from leading international experts
A fascinating look at the enormous changes taking place in China today as it evolves from global manufacturer to global consumer marketplace, The Shipping Point: The Rise of China and the Future of Retail Supply Chain Management explores how China's ascension will have a profound impact on the future of retail supply chain management. Bringing together the knowledge and expertise of leading supply chain and retail professionals from around the world to illuminate opportunities that are likely to develop over the next decade in China, the book is essential reading for anyone working with or looking to better understand how supply chains work.
Focusing on cutting edge logistics programs, processes, and technologies that will drive supply chain innovation in the twenty-first century, the book highlights innovative logistics programs that link the Asia Pacific manufacturing base, with international retailers and end consumers. Providing real examples of supply chain innovation in the marketplace to clearly illustrate the ideas in action, the book explores multi-country consolidation in China, strategies for greening the supply chain, supply chain & logistics IT systems, contingency planning strategy, and much more.
- Explores the programs, processes, and technologies that will drive supply chain innovation in the years ahead, with a particular focus on China
- Incorporates case studies contributed by retail executives and logistics industry professionals from around the world
- Highlights innovative logistics programs that link the Asia Pacific manufacturing base with international retailers and end consumers
In The Shipping Point, international transportation and logistics expert Peter Levesque and a team of contributing authors provide practical expertise and insights into present and future opportunities for consumer retail and supply chain management—and what it will take to turn those opportunities into reality. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
About the Contributors.
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SECTION ONE: THE RISE OF CHINA.
Chapter 1: China?s Great Comeback?Peter Levesque.
Chapter 2: The Development of China?s Economy & Infrastructure?Peter Levesque.
Chapter 3: The Development of China?s Human Capital?Peter Levesque.
SECTION TWO: THE CHANGING FACE OF CONSUMER RETAIL.
Chapter 4: The Age of Consumer Participation?Peter Levesque.
Chapter 5: The Development of China?s Retail Sector and Brands?Peter Levesque.
SECTION THREE: RETAIL SUPPLY CHAIN INNOVATION.
Chapter 6: Unlocking Supply Chain Innovation?Peter Levesque.
Chapter 7: The Innovative Retail Supply Chain?Chris Robeson.
Chapter 8: The Role of People and Technology in Dynamic Supply Chains?Peter Levesque.
Chapter 9: Building Resilience and Sustainability into the China Supply Chain?Peter Levesque.
SECTION FOUR: SUPPORTING THE DYNAMIC SUPPLY CHAIN.
Chapter 10: SCM Leadership in China?Professor Steven DeKrey.
Chapter 11: Dynamic Supply Chains: The Origin Consolidation Model?Michael Jacobs.
Chapter 12: The Role of China Customs?Peter Levesque.
Chapter 13: Innovative Retail Supply Chain Process Flows?Peter Levesque.
Peter Levesque has over 20 years of international transportation and logistics experience. He has been living and working in the Asia-Pacific region since 1996 and currently serves as Chief Commercial Officer for Modern Terminals Limited based in Hong Kong. Prior to joining Modern Terminals Mr. Levesque served as senior vice president as CEVA Logistics and as regional vice president for DHL's international Supply Chain Group. In 2000, he co-founded V-Logic Limited, a niche 3PL company based in Hong Kong, and prior to V-Logic he held several management positions with American President Lines, including managing director of (ACS) APL Logistics for North Asia.. Mr. Levesque holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts, and an MBA from Northwestern University's J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He has served as Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship for the Kellogg—HKUST MBA program, and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology's MBA program.. Please contact Peter Levesque at: TheShippingPoint2011@yahoo.com and www.facebook.com/TheShippingPoint