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衣料品サプライチェーンのリスク分析:2012年

Risk Analysis of the Apparel Supply Chain in 2012

発行 just-style 商品コード 237640
出版日 ページ情報 英文 54 Pages
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衣料品サプライチェーンのリスク分析:2012年 Risk Analysis of the Apparel Supply Chain in 2012
出版日: 2012年04月18日 ページ情報: 英文 54 Pages
概要

衣料品のサプライチェーンは、綿価格の高騰、直接労働賃金の上昇、輸送コストの上昇という3つのコスト上昇に直面しています。

当レポートでは、衣料品サプライチェーンの現況および今後の見通しについて、コスト、リスク、時間、責任、環境および財務の面から分析しており、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 ソーシングのコスト

  • イントロダクション
  • 基本事例
  • 地元の材料の利用
  • コストの上昇:繊維
  • コストの上昇:直接労働
  • コストの上昇:輸送
  • コストの上昇:三重の攻撃
  • より最新の発展

第2章 サプライチェーンにおける時間の課題

  • サプライチェーン
  • コストと時間の新たな議論
  • すばやい反応
  • 電子データ交換(EDI)
  • 製品ライフサイクル、製造、出荷および流通
  • 製品ライフサイクル、製品開発
  • ファストファッションの製品ライフサイクル
  • Zaraのタイムモデル

第3章 サプライチェーンにおけるリスク

  • 衣料品サプライチェーンのリスクの性質
  • 文化的・言語的リスク
  • 気候上のリスク
  • 政治的、経済的リスク:「アラブの春」革命
  • 政治的、経済的リスク:インド亜大陸
  • 政治的、経済的リスク:アフリカ
  • リスク分析モデル

第4章 コスト、時間およびリスクのバランスを取る

  • サプライチェーンのバランスを取る
  • コストばかりが強調される
  • 協力的なサプライチェーン
  • 持ち帰り

第5章 企業の社会的責任と環境

  • 良い振る舞い
  • 政治的影響因子
  • 産業の実例
  • 民族・環境についての怖い話
  • Marks & Spencer
  • 持続可能ファッションセンター(CSF)

第6章 サプライチェーンの財務

  • サプライチェーンのタイミング、衣類および財務にとってのクリティカルパス
  • サプライチェーンの財務
  • Hanesbrandsの主要収益
  • Sainsbury's
  • 結論

図表

目次
Product Code: JS0412001

The supply chain has recently faced a perfect storm. This storm was composed of three cost elements:

  • A violent increase in the price of cotton, hitting US$1 per lb in late 2010
  • Considerable direct labour wage increases in low cost countries such as Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, allied to inflationary wage increases in manufacturing giants, such as India and China
  • A tripling in the cost of shipping a container from Shanghai to Rotterdam, from below US$1,000 in late 2008, to over US$3,000 in late 2010
  • It's easy to refer to examples like these, and reasonably easy to understand that they must have serious effects on the supply price (the retailer's buy cost) of apparel. But it is not so obvious to calculate the effect that these changes have (as every supply chain purchase contract will have a different set of variables) and there are quite a few variables.

In this first-edition report, just-style has created six supply chain cost models to illustrate the differences between the supply price from different countries and the effect of changes to those cost elements. These cost models allow you to see what effects certain scenarios have on a typical supply chain.

The scenarios include:

  • Using local materials
  • A doubling in fibre prices
  • A doubling in wages
  • A trebling in shipping
  • A combination of all, the “perfect storm”

This report considers what is happening and is likely to happen in the apparel supply chain in the areas of:

  • Cost
  • Risk (incl. risk assessment and “what if” scenarios)
  • Time
  • Responsibility
  • Environment
  • Finance

The cost models have been created to explain the effect on the final retail price of manufacturing in different parts of the world.

A risk analysis has been made up of sourcing from different parts of the world.

The impact of time and the supply chain critical path are all considered and modelled.

The argument for responsible sourcing is measured against both cost and concern for the environment, with examples of recent practices.

The effect on both the buyer and the supplier of different ways of financing the supply chain is explored.

This report is an essential resource for anyone involved in:

  • Managing supply chains
  • Sourcing apparel garments and materials
  • Managing business costs in the apparel industry
  • Analysing and forecasting risk scenarios and trends in their business

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Costs of sourcing

  • Introduction
  • Base cases
  • Using local materials
  • Perfect storm cost increases, fibre
  • Perfect storm cost increases, direct labour
  • Perfect storm cost increases, shipping
  • Perfect storm cost increases, triple whammy
  • More recent developments

Chapter 2 - The issue of time in the supply chain

  • The supply chain
  • The original argument of cost and time
  • Quick response
  • Electronic data interchange (EDI)
  • The product life cycle, manufacturing, shipping and distribution
  • The product life cycle, product development
  • The fast fashion product life cycle
  • The Zara time model

Chapter 3 - Risks in the supply chain

  • The nature of apparel supply chain risks
  • Cultural and linguistic risks
  • Climatic risks
  • Political and economic risks, the Arab Spring revolutions
  • Political and economic risks, the Indian sub-continent
  • Political and economic risks, Africa
  • Risk analysis model

Chapter 4 - Balancing cost, time and risk

  • The balanced supply chain
  • Over emphasis on cost alone
  • Collaborative supply chains
  • Bringing it back home

Chapter 5 - Corporate social responsibility and the environment

  • Good behaviour
  • Political influences
  • Examples from industry
  • Scare stories about ethics and the environment
  • Water
  • Marks & Spencer
  • The Centre for Sustainable Fashion (CSF)

Chapter 6 - Supply chain finance

  • The timing of the supply chain, critical path for both garments and finance
  • Supply chain finance
  • Prime revenue for Hanesbrands
  • Sainsbury's
  • Conclusion

List of tables

  • Table 1: Supply chain cost models: Base case
  • Table 2: Supply chain cost models: Local materials
  • Table 3: Supply chain cost models: Fibre doubles
  • Table 4: Supply chain cost models: Wages double
  • Table 5: Supply chain cost models: Shipping trebles
  • Table 6: Supply chain cost models: Triple whammy
  • Table 7: Risk analysis of all world sourcing regions
  • Table 8: Letter of credit cash flow, supply chain model 2
  • Table 9: Letter of credit cash flow, supply chain model

List of figures

  • Figure 1: The supply chain - producer to consumer
  • Figure 2: Far East sourcing for Europe, (the manufacturing, shipping and distribution cycle)
  • Figure 3: Far East sourcing for Europe (the product development cycle)
  • Figure 4: Far East sourcing for Europe (the product development cycle)
  • Figure 5: The Egg-Timer and the Kite
  • Figure 6: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  • Figure 7: The supply chain, critical path for both garments and finance
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