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UK Manufacturers Lost Significant Amounts in Preventable Supply Chain Problems

Large UK manufacturers lost more than 58m in 2013 following a raft of preventable supply chain issues, including firms' failures to deliver goods on time.

According to research by supply chain risk management company Achilles, the total average cost of all supply chain disruptions was 105,000 (127,000, $176,000) per manufacturer and viagra how much most of these costs could have been prevented.

"Manufacturers are paying a heavy price for supply chain failures; many of which could be prevented," said Adrian Chamberlain, chief executive of Achilles.

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The Achilles report was carried out among procurement professionals from 108 manufacturing companies with 250-plus employees. This sample is intended to be representative of the buy cialis online canada entire manufacturing sector in the UK.

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