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supply chain management

The Promise

At the most fundamental, BLACK & WHITE level, supply chain management (SCM) is management of the flow of goods, data, and finances related to a product or service, from the procurement of raw materials to the delivery of the product at its final destination. At MAMCO Precision Plastic Injection Molding we value our promise to you and to ensure our ability to deliver on that promise, we have partnered with one of the most progressive logistics companies in the market today. TRANSBORDER GLOBAL FREIGHT SYTEMS and MAMCO are working together to deliver focused management solutions designed by the most well-versed professionals. Supply chain today is more vital than ever as a marker for business success. Companies that can effectively manage their supply chain to adapt to today’s volatile and ever-changing, technology-driven business environment are the ones that will survive and thrive. Let us help you succeed.

The internet, technology innovation, and the explosion of the demand-driven global economy has changed all that. Today’s supply chain is no longer a linear entity. Rather, it’s a complex collection of disparate networks that can be accessed 24 hours a day. At the center of these networks are consumers expecting their orders to be fulfilled―when they want them, the way they want them. After 60 years in the industry MAMCO has built a reputation based on the ability to adapt to changes and steer clients to success.

We now live in a time of unprecedented global business and trade, not to mention continual technology innovation and rapidly changing customer expectations. Today’s best supply chain strategies call for a demand-driven operating model that can successfully bring people, processes, and technology together around integrated capabilities to deliver goods and services with extraordinary speed and accuracy Transforming the way companies manufacture, maintain, and distribute new products and services.

The way enterprises apply technology to the supply chain is fundamentally different from how they applied it in the past. For example, within the maintenance function, enterprises would typically wait until a machine malfunctioned to fix it. Smart technology has changed that.

We can now predict failure before it happens, and then take steps to prevent it so that the supply chain can continue uninterrupted. The MAMCO & Transborder SCM collective is about using technology to make the supply chain―and the enterprise―smarter.

MAMCO also provides a significant advantage over traditional SCM because it enables aligned planning and execution while at the same time delivering substantial cost savings. For instance, companies that operate under a “plan-to-produce” model—in which product production is linked as closely as possible to customer demand—must create an accurate forecast. That involves juggling numerous inputs to ensure that what is produced will meet market demand without exceeding it, avoiding costly overstocks. We deploy Intelligent SCM solutions that can help you meet customer demand and financial objectives at the same time.

Intelligent SCM has other advantages, too. For instance, it can free up supply chain employees to contribute to the business in ways that add more value. Better SCM systems that automate mundane tasks can equip supply chain professionals with the tools they need to successfully deliver the products and services the supply chain is designed around.


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