Levels & Barriers to Supply Chain Integration: A conceptual model of Supply Chain Performance

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RajaIrfan Sabir; Muhammad Irfan;
  • Journal: International Journal of Management Science and Business Administration, volume 1, issue 1 December, pages 52-59
  • Subject: Supply Chain , Integration, Performance, Barriers to Integration
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In modern business scenario Supply chain has become the back bone for every business organization. All supply chain partners are joined together in value delivery network of company that no one can perform better without support of other. The ultimate objective of this ... View more
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