HOW SUCI’S INDUSTRY TEXTILE INDUSTRY MANAGING THEIR SUPPLY CHAIN (SCMP)

Rieka F Hutami, Putri Adelina

Abstract

In improving industrial competitiveness is expected to apply supply management in its business activities. Supply chain management is a management technique that integrates suppliers, manufacturers, logistics, and customers to improve overall organizational and supply chain performance. In order to compete and achieve profitability, SCM seeks integration of internal and external corporate functions with enabling services. This study aims to describe the implementation of SCM at the Industrial T-shirt Center Bandung with involving 30 workers as respondents filling questionnaires. Research uses statistical analysis methods and interviews to respond to respondents' feedback.
The results show that the Supplier's Strategic Partnership (SSP), Customer Relationship (CR), Information Sharing (IS), Information Quality (IQ), Postponement (POS), and Agreed Vision and Goals (VIG) practices fall into very good categories with the average averages generated by Customer Relationship (CR) dimensions. For further research it is expected to use other dimensions, can be done on other objects with new situations and more sample quantities, and explore the impact of SCM practices on company performance.

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