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Table of Contents Brief history of Nissan - 1 Supplier Initiative - 2 Management initiative - 3 Supply chain management - 3 Nissan co-development Initiative - 4 Ownership cost minimization - 4 Factors to enhance improvement initiative between supplier and customer - 5 Challenges to Suppliers development program - 5 Future trends -5 Theoretical Discussion -5 Key leaning outcomes - 7 Recommendations - 10 Conclusion - 10 Bibliography - 11 Introduction: Firstly, before delving into the actual models and theories that can be applied with respect to Nissan Motor Company’s supply-chain management, a brief consideration of the changes that took place should be engaged.
A Brief History of Nissan: The process of business within the 21st century has developed to a remarkable extent(Davies, 2004). Facing fundamental issues with cost and levels of continued business growth, Nissan’s European division chose to integrate with its supply chain as a means of evoking positive change. Nissan therefore reviewed the issues that their supply chain engendered and sought to evoke a further level of efficiency from it. ...
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