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Free trading zones are emerging in North America, Europe, and around the world. As the scope of purchasing expands beyond the nation's borders, it is important for manufacturers - and any organization involved with materials suppliers - to become familiar with the purchasing issues and options that exist within today's global community.
Purchasing: Continued Improvement through integration offers nonpurchasing managers an integrated approach for obtaining the highest-quality materials at the best price. Joseph R. Carter examines select issues that impact the field of purchasing and materials management, including transportation services, electronic data interchange (EDI), and foreign exchange rates. You'll discover the challenges and benefits of international purchasing and countertrade, as well as ways to make purchasing a part of your competitive strategy.
This informative resource shows you how to develop closer buyer-supplier partnerships that speed delivery and eliminate time-consuming paperwork, get better products and services from suppliers, and get more lucrative contracts from buyers. The possibilities for sourcing nationally and internationally are endless. Purchasing: Continued Improvement through Integration breaks down complicated purchasing issues into terms you can understand and demonstrates how your organization can explore and tap the full potential of these opportunities.
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