How Could an Urgent Order Disturb the Supply Chain? Case Study of an Automotive Industry

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    Global competition and the increased demand of today's consumers have given birth to many challenges in the industry and especially in the automotive industry, which has given birth to a lot of commands: normal ones and urgent ones. Our article deals with those urgent orders, it describes the parameters of urgent orders and the main problems that faces the whole supply chain during those orders.

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Article ID: 22875
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.16.22875

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