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Supply Chain Financing: Liquid Inventory That Keeps Things Moving

Published: 08 Jul 2020 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

Author: Robert Handfield Ph.D.

I had an opportunity to interview Craig Weeks, one of our faculty advisors for the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative this week, at the NC State Football Stadium recording studio. Craig is a wealth of information on this topic, and we will be presenting the insights from this video soon. I thought it would be useful to present some interesting insights for those who are new to the term 'Supply Chain Financing'.

 

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