Case 3-1: Brant Freezer Company

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Case 3-1: Brant Freezer Company

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Case 3-1: Brant Freezer Company
P Crawford
BUS 632 Advanced Logistics
Dr. Erick Aguilar
April 29, 2012

Systems Description
Currently, in today’s world there are many organizations, which developed logistics and supply chain management systems for the daily operations. Marathon Oil Corporation has been around since 1887 making energy history. Marathon Oil has tracked the Company’s growth and evolution as leader in worldwide energy innovations. Logistics and supply chain management systems is an area of business concerned with the production of quality goods and services, and involves the responsibility of ensuring efficient and effective guidelines. There are many ways logistics system may be effective but not efficient from the time of sourcing a particular commodity until it reach site destination. Certainly logistics and supply chain management sets have distinctive the inputs of material throughout the internal task and output.

According to Morning Star, “Production fell drastically, and reserve replacement was inconsistent and...
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