Supply chain decentralization boosts efficiency, expert says

10/14/2013 | EBN

While most multinational companies adopt a centralized supply chain to manage profits and production, senior analyst Apek Mulay advises companies to decentralize their supply chains to boost efficiency. Mulay, who works with Evans Analytical Group, says supply chain decentralization improves performance, creates smaller operations, reduces profit or wealth concentration, decentralizes decision-making and increases flexibility. "In today's world, the model of the decentralized supply chain has much to offer in terms of efficiency and outcome," Mulay writes.

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