MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 200, 2018International Workshop on Transportation and Supply Chain Engineering (IWTSCE’18)
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|Published online||14 September 2018|
Supply Chain Performance Measurement: A Case Study about Applicability of SCOR® Model in Automotive Industry Firm
The Innovative Technologies Laboratory, National School of Applied Sciences, 90000, Tangier, Morocco
2 The Higher School of Technology of Berrechid, Hassan the 1 st university, 26000, Settat, Morocco
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The evaluation of a supply chain is a major priority of companies; it is a task that remains difficult due to the complexity of these systems . This evaluation involves a selection of performance measurement indicators, which are appropriate to the management of this chain. It is then necessary to have a structured approach and adequate methodological tools . Indeed, we propose in this paper a practical method that will model in the first place a Moroccan automotive supply chain, according to the SCOR® model (Supply Chain Operations Reference), proposed by the Supply Chain Council. This method will also identify at each level the appropriate indicators for the performance evaluation depending on the strategic vision. In this context our research problem is made, it is interested in the contribution of the business modelling to improve logistics performance. To the best knowledge of the authors, this is the first work that proposes a case study believed to be easy to understand, practical and suitable for the automotive sector. In short, this study is a real application leap to resolve the problematic unanswered of practical SCOR® model using an industrial application in the Moroccan automotive sector.
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