SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
1. “Dharti” is a social enterprise obtaining naturally grown cotton from West Bengal, Telangana and gets unisex T-shirts made out of Tirupur and sold online, through kiosks at shopping malls, at exhibitions and in various seasonal fairs across country. They use the surplus after covering the costs to fund various educational purposes of the needy. How can they leverage various supply chain drivers to meet their objectives?
2. “Fruit Basket” is a fresh vegetable and fruit shopping chain. Their specialty is organically grown and seasonal fruits/vegetables. They have outlets at about 20 points across Bangalore. Fruits and vegetables come from nearby states from farmers they have tie-up with. With increase in business they also have FRUITBASKET.COM as online portal which facilitates home delivery within 2 hours within Bangalore. Their challenge is costs, freshness, quality, delays, availability etc. Their aim is to reach lean and agile value chain over next 2 years. Prepare a road map to enable them transition levels of supply chain improvement to be lean and agile value chain?
3. Mo-Bike is electric two-wheeler mobility service provider. Their model is to provide quick, flexible, self-driving mobility from Metro Station to near by Business and IT park where about 5000 people commute every day. They want to forecast next 5 years number of users to plan business model.
a. Describe steps in demand forecasting in this case situation?
b. Describe methods of demand forecasting?
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