Supply Chain Management

Rather than discrete, often poorly aligned activities and tasks, supply chains are a process.

A process consists of a set of interrelated tasks or activities designed to achieve a specific objective or outcome.
New-product development (NPD), customer order handling and fulfillment, supplier evaluation and selection, and demand & supply planning are examples of critical organizational processes that are part of Selcom's supply chain management.

Selcom’s Supply Management Activities:

  • Purchasing
  • lnbound Transportation
  • Quality Control
  • Demand and Supply Planning
  • Receiving, Materials Handling, and Storage
  • Materials or Inventory Control
  • Order Processing
  • Production Planning, Scheduling, and Control
  • Warehousing/Distribution
  • Shipping
  • Outbound Transportation
  • Customer Service