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Supply Chain Challenges at malls

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Introduction:
India is going through a retail revolution. All the big business houses are entering this Sector and it is growing at a very past pace. International giants in this sector are also trying to enter the Indian market. Retail is offering tremendous opportunities in employment. Supply chain management can be a difficult maze. In shopping malls, this maze involves getting product from the right vendors to the right customers, while minimizing inventory levels, warehousing and transportation cost. Shopping malls must walk the very thin line of having enough inventories to avoid stock outs, while at the same time keeping inventories low enough to minimize carrying costs and respond to ever-changing consumer demands. There is a solution; it is the utilization of pool points for distribution, which is sometimes referred to as cross-docking. Malls with high and quick flow through may also refer to this type of distribution as mixing centers. For malls, the pool point process starts by figuring out where to source the products you want to sell.

Many products are being sourced offshore, which require longer lead-times and larger amounts of inventory. The goal can be to have offshore product containerized so it could arrive at a deconsolidation center to be delivered directly to store through the network of pool points. Or on the domestic side, the goal may be to have the vendor pull product and palletize the orders by store so those products could be optimized for store direct delivery through pool points. Think of what the cost savings would be if they could reduce or eliminate the need to carry inventory in their distribution centers. This research work will study the supply chain management in malls. Researcher will also try to identify the challenges faced by shopping malls in managing their supply chains effectively.
This study will try to identify the supply chain management challenges faced by shopping malls in India with the following objectives:
To identify the supply chain management practices in shopping malls
To identify the current trends of supply chain management in Indian shopping malls
To explore the challenges faced by shopping malls in managing their supply chains effectively
To suggest the best ways of doing the supply chain management in malls

Number of Pages of Project Report: 68
Package Includes: Synopsis/Project Proposal + Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1.1 INTRODUCTION OF THE STUDY
1.2 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
1.3 SCOPE OF THE STUDY
CHAPTER 2: THEORETICAL BACKGROUND
2.1 SOME DEFINITIONS OF SUPPLY CHAIN
2.2 NEED OF SCM
2.3 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT -A STRATEGIC ROLE
2.4 EVOLUTION AND SCOPE OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
CHAPTER 3: LITERATURE REVIEW
3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.2 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
3.3 KEY COMPONENTS OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
3.4 MALLS SUPPLY CHAIN: OVERVIEW
3.5 TECHNOLOGY USAGE IN SCM
3.6 SUPPLY CHAIN CHALLENGES
3.7 PURCHASING OR MERCHANDISING CHALLENGES
3.8 STORE REPLENISHMENT CHALLENGES
3.9 SOME CASE STUDIES
CHAPTER 4: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
4.1 RESEARCH DESIGN
4.2 SAMPLING DATA
4.3 METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION
TARGET RESPONDENTS
SAMPLING
SECONDARY DATA
4.4 SAMPLE SIZE
4.5 SAMPLE AREA
4.6 HYPOTHESIS
4.7 LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY
CHAPTER 5: DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
HYPOTHESIS TEST
FINDINGS
RECOMMENDATIONS
CONCLUSIONS
FUTURE CONTRIBUTION OF THE STUDY
REFERENCES
ANNEXURE
QUESTIONNAIRE


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