Business Plan for Supply Chain Management of Abc Apparel Manufacturer

Business Plan for Supply Chain Management of Abc Apparel Manufacturer

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The Hong KongPolytechnicUniversity

Information Technology & Logistics

Group Assignment:
Business Plan for Supply Chain Management of
ABC Apparel Manufacturer

Lecturer: | Dr Walter FUNG | |
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Student Name: | 1. CHAN Hong Ching (Wallace) | 11554131G |
| 2. CHAN Wah Yung (Aldous) | 11538432G |
| 3. LEUNG Man Fung (Matthew) | 10672819G |
| 4. NG Kwok Fai (Jimmy) | 11554143G |
| 5. RAO Yun (Bella) | 11503143G |
| 6. TANG Cho On Thomas(Thomas) | 10673109G |
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Date: | 30 March 2012 (Friday) | |

Executive Summary
ABC Apparel Manufacturer is established at Guangzhou in China for ten years and mainly OEM apparel for Hong Kong clients. ABC has a well financial status and a large amount of reserve funding to implement its business development. It owned its own-built factory and high intensive workforce. It has well-streamlined production lines, strong managerial team and well relationship and partnership with the fashion garment retailers.

The consumption expenditure in clothing is rapidly growth in domestic China market. The fashion-conscious consumers among the young and female population in the first tier cities is our target customers. ABC plans to launch more than five collections each year and also develop its own brand apparel to meet the customers’ need. ABC considers changing its operational mode from OEM manufacturer to create its OBM, its own branding.

The operational changes of ABC will lead more to focus on the supply chain management to improve its production efficiency, cost effective flow, storage of goods and materials. The effective inventory control process Collaborative Planning Forecasting and Replenishment (CPFR) and collaborative inventory management in information sharing along the supply chain through the technologies of bar code, RFID, and EDI implementation to minimize the Bullwhip effect. The lean supply through agile...

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