Erscheinungsdatum: 07/2009, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: THE FUNDAMENTALS OF LOW-COST COUNTRY SOURCING, Titelzusatz: An introduction for companies on the verge of starting their low-cost country sourcing initiatives, Autor: Javaheri, Shirin, Verlag: VDM Verlag, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Sonstiges, Seiten: 132, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 220 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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If you could make $5,000 to $10,000 per month on eBay, Amazon, or Etsy in the next six months, would you? Using my simple system for sourcing the hottest products and making the most profit, your bottom line will soar - it will climb each month, as more buyers find your listings! Here's the simple formula you will learn to master: Giant Product Source + Right Product + Large Daily Sales = $5 - $10,000 Plus/Month! Imagine an online portal that houses over 35,000,000 wholesale products and is inviting you to get your hands on them for resale on eBay, Amazon, Etsy, and other online sites and storefronts. This site is loaded with an incredible variety of low-cost and quality products. How do you explore this ocean safely and not get eaten by the sharks? Chatter abounded for years on the internet how this Chinese source (Alibaba) and others like it could not be trusted: stories of resellers getting stuck with cheap and inferior products, not receiving products, not getting what they ordered, not being able to return bad products and the list goes on, were everywhere. Are these stories true? While the chatter continues to this day, many of the power sellers on eBay, Amazon, and Etsy are sourcing from Alibaba and similar sites, and making millions. Do they know something that others don't know? Yes, they do, and I'm going to teach you what that is! In this audiobook I will show you how to: Safely source products from Alibaba and AliExpress What products to buy and what not to buy How to identify trustworthy suppliers How to brand yourself so you get higher search rankings How to go inside eBay and Amazon to determine the most searched and best-selling products so you can zero in on what works The only way to safely pay for productsWhat products to sell and not to sell and whyHow to find good productsHow to evaluate productsHow to 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dave Wright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/143167/bk_acx0_143167_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Many companies in the industrialised world are increasing their competitiveness by implementing lean production- and logistic-systems. However, to further reduce cost, also low cost country sourcing is increasingly applied.Therefore, the central question in this book is, if and how lean logistic inbound systems are contradicted by low cost country sourcing due to the bigger distance from the suppliers. To be able to value the impact of distance to the logistic cost, it was first of all necessary to understand the implication of a lean logistic system to the logistic cost. Therefore the Lean Logistic Matrix was developed. This tool allows companies to better understand the impact of the different lean logistic principles to their logistic cost. Furthermore the impact of the distance to the lean logistic principles was researched, and lead to a function which enables companies to calculate the negative financial impact of distance on their lean logistic benefits.To illustrate that process, a case study based on 5 Austrian manufacturing companies was performed. However, the developed method is applicable for all kind of different industries in all different parts of this world.
Cost inflation has been among the defining trends of the mining industry in recent years. Cost increases have been driven by several factors, including more remote mining locations, lower grade ores, tighter regulation, and a skilled labour shortage. While for most of the past decade elevated commodity prices masked the impact of cost inflation on mining firms' earnings, the prices of many mining commodities have fallen significantly below the peaks attained in 2010 and 2011. This combination of rising costs and falling revenues has thinned the margins of firms across the industry, spurring companies to place a renewed emphasis on capital discipline. Extensive research has examined how global sourcing, low-cost country sourcing, and more specifically sourcing from China can enhance the competitive advantages of firms in several industries. However, despite an increasing interest in the topic, few studies have focused on the mining industry specifically. This book looks to fill that gap by exploring how mining firms can build lower cost competitive advantages by incorporating China into their global supply chains.