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AMACOM - SUPPLY CHAIN COST MANAGEM - SUPPLY CHAIN COST MANAGEMENT: THE AIM & DRIVE PROCESS FOR ACHIEVING EXTRAORDINARY RESULTS Organization: AMACOM
Date: 2007-10-31
Description: "For most supply chains, cost reduction is imperative to long-term survival. Yet identifying the costs that can be eliminated—and then doing so effectively—can prove impossible without the right method.
ASME B29.1 - PRECISION POWER TRANSMISSION ROLLER CHAINS, ATTACHMENTS, AND SPROCKETS - PARTITION FROM ASME B29.100 Organization: ASME
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: FOREWORD The original design of precision roller chain dates back to the late 1890s, although various types of drive chains have been in use for centuries.
SAE/TP - 2006-01-3132 - A WIN-WIN APPROACH TO SUPPLIER MANAGEMENT IN MANUFACTURING Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2006-09-12
Description: A lean supply chain requires lean manufacturing. It is the engine that drives lean supply chain efficiencies.
BRE IP9/13 SET - LESSONS FROM AIMC4 FOR COST-EFFECTIVE, FABRIC-FIRST, LOW-ENERGY HOUSING Organization: BRE
Date: 2013-09-01
Description: To research and develop (interactively with the supply chain) new design approaches and build processes that will drive innovation in the existing supply chain and stimulate the emergence of new suppliers and partnerships.
AGA XQ1303 - NATURAL GAS QUALITY MANAGEMENT MANUAL - XQ1303 Organization: AGA
Date: 2013-08-01
Description: This includes: understanding the fundamental constituents and properties of natural gas understanding the basis of historical pipeline receipt and market area delivery data understanding pipeline and delivery system design and market area end-use requirements, including specific limitations at potentially sensitive points within the pipeline system understanding the gas constituents of concern and resulting properties and parameters, potential effects on delivery and end use conducting the ongoing data collection and retention necessary to define gas quality for a system managing gas quality changes The gas supply picture in the United States is evolving to meet projected current and long-term demand. As a result, stakeholders across the value chain must understand that gas compositions change as new supplies are introduced to the pipeline system.

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