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Growth Strategies & Trends in the UK Healthcare Supply Chain

  • ID: 328805
  • September 2005
  • Region: United Kingdom, Great Britain
  • 33 pages
  • Analytiqa

Growth Strategies & Trends in the UK Healthcare Supply Chain is a unique market research report based exclusively on the findings of interviews conducted with key supply chain professionals within the sector. The research identifies outsourcing dynamics and new business opportunities quickly and cost efficiently to help you target future new business wins and achieve your overall business development objectives, profitably.

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CHAPTER 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Introduction
Logistics Expenditure and Outsourcing
Current Threats and Future Requirements

CHAPTER 2 INTRODUCTION
2.1 The Aim of This Report
2.2 Report Structure
2.3 Growth Strategies and Trends in European Logistics
2.4 Research Methodology and Sector Definitions
Table 2.1: Sector Definitions
Table 2.2: Sector Definitions (continued)

CHAPTER 3 LOGISTICS EXPENDITURE AND OUTSOURCING
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Logistics Expenditure
Table 3.3: Sector Logistics Expenditure, 2004
Chart 3.2: Sector Annual Logistics Expenditure, 2004
Table 3.4: Sector Annual Logistics Expenditure, 2004
Chart 3.3: Industrial Sector Logistics Expenditure by Geography, 2004
Table 3.5: Industrial Sector Logistics Expenditure by Geography, 2004
3.3 Outsourcing Logistics Operations
3.3.1 Outsourcing Responsibility
Table 3.6: Budget Responsibility within Manufacturers, 2005
3.3.2 Outsourcing Rates
Chart 3.4: Sector Logistics Outsourcing Rates, 2005
Table 3.8: Sector Logistics Outsourcing Rates, 2004
3.4 Outsourced Serviced vs. In-house Operations
Chart 3.5: Manufacturers Maintaining Operations In-house, 2005
Table 3.9: Manufacturers Maintaining Operations In-house, 2005
3.4.1 Reasons for Outsourcing
Table 3.10: Major Reason for Outsourcing Logistics Operations, 2005
3.4.2 Reasons for Maintaining In-house Operations
Chart 3.6: Major Reason for Maintaining In-house Logistics Operations, 2005
Table 3.11: Major Reason for Maintaining In-house Logistics Operations, 2005
3.5 Number of Logistics Providers Employed
Chart 3.7: Sector Logistics: Number of 3PLs Employed, 2005
Table 3.12: Sector Logistics: Number of 3PLs Employed, 2005
3.6 Selection Criteria for Logistics Providers
Table 3.13: Selection Criteria When Employing a Logistics Provider, 2005
Chart 3.8: Selection Criteria When Employing a Logistics Provider, 2005
Table 3.14: Selection Criteria When Employing a Logistics Provider, 2005

CHAPTER 4 CURRENT THREATS AND FUTURE REQUIREMENTS
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Supply Chain Operations
4.2.1 Warehouse and Distribution Centres
Chart 4.9: Warehouse and Distribution Centres in the Sector, 2005
Table 4.15: Warehouse and Distribution Centres in the Sector, 2005
4.3 Current Threats in the Supply Chain
Chart 4.10: Current Threats in the Sector, 2005
Table 4.16: Current Threats in the Sector, 2005
4.4 RFID Implementation
Chart 4.11: RFID Implementation in the Sector, 2005
Table 4.17: RFID Implementation in the Sector, 2005
4.5 The Next Five Years
Chart 4.12: Future Logistics Requirements in the Sector, 2005
Table 4.18: Future Logistics Requirements in the Sector, 2005

CHAPTER 5 APPENDIX

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