General Information

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Career area:
Project Management
Taipei City
Monday, May 6, 2024
Working time:
Additional Locations
* Taiwan - Taipei City - Taipei

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Description and Requirements

Supply chain management is essential in manufacturing/procurement, particularly when it comes to integrating design considerations into the process.

Design for Manufacturing (DFM): This approach involves designing products with the manufacturing process in mind. It aims to optimize the product design to make it easier, more cost-effective, and efficient to manufacture. By considering manufacturing constraints early in the design phase, minimize production costs, reduce lead times, and improve product quality. Collaborating closely with manufacturing teams during the design phase ensures that products are not only aesthetically pleasing but also feasible to produce.
Supply Chain Integration: SCM involves the coordination of all activities involved in sourcing, procurement, production, and logistics to ensure the smooth flow of materials and information throughout the supply chain. Integrating design considerations into the supply chain ensures that suppliers and manufacturers are aligned with product design requirements. This integration can help streamline procurement processes, reduce material waste, and improve overall supply chain efficiency.
Strategic Sourcing: Procurement involves sourcing raw materials, components, and services required for manufacturing operations. Strategic sourcing aims to identify and select suppliers that offer the best value in terms of quality, cost, delivery, and innovation. Working closely with procurement teams, manufacturers can ensure that suppliers are aligned with design requirements and manufacturing capabilities, thereby supporting the "design for manufacturing" (DFM) 
Cost Management: Procurement is also responsible for managing costs throughout the supply chain. Procurement teams negotiate pricing with suppliers, identify cost-saving opportunities, and implement cost reduction initiatives to improve the company's bottom line. By optimizing sourcing and procurement processes, manufacturers can reduce manufacturing costs, increase profitability, and remain competitive in the market.

Additional Locations
* Taiwan - Taipei City - Taipei
* Taiwan
* Taiwan - Taipei City
* Taiwan - Taipei City - Taipei