Supply Chain of Cadbury

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SUPPLY CHAIN OF CADBURY
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Submitted to: Submitted by: Prof: Dr.P.R.S.Sharma. J. Prathima(1226312111) B.Anusha(1226312101) J.Sumanth(1226312110) Ch. Satish(1226312105) G.S.N. Naresh.(12263121)

GITAM School of International Business
GITAM UNIVERSITY,
Visakhapatnam.
INTRODUCTION:
Cadbury is a British confectionery company, the industry's second-largest globally after the combined Mars-Wrigley. Headquartered in Cadbury House in the Uxbridge Business Park in Uxbridge, London Borough of Hilling don, England and formerly listed on the London Stock Exchange, Cadbury was acquired by Kraft Foods in February 2010, after integration the combined Cadbury and Kraft companies became the largest confectionery company in the world again The Company was an ever-present constituent of the FTSE. From the indexes’ 1984 inception until its 2010 takeover.

ELEMENTS OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN
A simple supply chain is made up of several elements that are linked by the movement of products along it. The supply chain starts and ends with the customer. * Customer: The customer starts the chain of events when they decide to purchase a product that has been offered for sale by a company. The customer contacts the sales department of the company, which enters the sales order for a specific quantity to be delivered on a specific date. If the product has to be manufactured, the sales order will include a requirement that needs to be fulfilled by the production facility. * Planning: The requirement triggered by the customer’s sales order will be combined with other orders. The planning department will create a production plan to produce the products to fulfill the customer’s orders. To manufacture the products the company will then have to purchase the raw materials needed . * Purchasing: The purchasing department receives a list of raw materials and services required by the production department to complete the customer’s orders. The purchasing department sends purchase orders to selected suppliers to deliver the necessary raw materials to the manufacturing site on the required date. * Inventory: The raw materials are received from the suppliers, checked for quality and accuracy and moved into the warehouse. The supplier will then send an invoice to the company for the items they delivered. The raw materials are stored until they are required By the production department

* Production: Based on a production plan, the raw materials are moved inventory to the production area. The finished products ordered by the customer are manufactured using the raw materials purchased from suppliers. After the items have been completed and tested, they are stored back in the warehouse prior to delivery to the customer. * Transportation: When the finished product arrives in the warehouse, the shipping department determines the most efficient method to ship the products so that they are delivered on or before the date specified by the customer. When the goods are received by the customer, the company will send an invoice for the delivered products. 

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
To ensure that the supply chain is operating as efficient as possible and generating the highest level of customer satisfaction at the lowest cost, companies have adopted Supply Chain Management processes and associated technology. Supply Chain Management has three levels of activities that different parts of the company will...
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