Supply Chain Management

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Agri-Supply Chain Management

To Stimulate Cross-Border Trade in Developing Countries and Emerging Economies

Jan van Roekel, Director, Agri Chain Competence center Sabine Willems, Agri Chain Competence center Dave M. Boselie, Wageningen UR – Agricultural Economics Research Institute (LEI)

‘s-Hertogenbosch, 19 August 2002

World Bank PaperCross-Border Agri Supply Chain Management

Table of Contents
Summary .......................................................................................................................................... 3 Perspectives for Chain Partners in Developing Countries................................................................. 4 Agri Supply Chain Management ...................................................................................................... 5 Supply Chains .............................................................................................................................. 6 Building Supply Chains ................................................................................................................ 7 Chain Competence ....................................................................................................................... 8 Cross-Border Chains..................................................................................................................... 9 Supply Chain Management and its Benefits.................................................................................. 10 Supply Chain Management Tools ................................................................................................ 10 3. Role of Government in Agri-Chain Development........................................................................ 12 Public-Private Partnerships ......................................................................................................... 12 International organizations .......................................................................................................... 13 Developing cross-border chains ................................................................................................... 13 Raising Awareness ..................................................................................................................... 14 Institution Building..................................................................................................................... 14 Pilot Projects.............................................................................................................................. 15 Toolkit ....................................................................................................................................... 15 Examples of Food Supply Chains ................................................................................................... 16 The Ghanaian Processed Fruit Supply Chain ................................................................................ 17 South Africa–The Netherlands’ Fresh Fruit Supply Chain ............................................................. 18 Fresh Food Supply Chain in Thailand .......................................................................................... 19 Factors for Success and Risks...................................................................................................... 21 Public and Private Responsibilities .............................................................................................. 22 Appendix 1: Tool for Food Safety Assurance and Certification ...................................................... 23 Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 23 The project................................................................................................................................. 23 The Road Map...

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