Perhaps the foremost social and economic responsibility levied upon private and public organisation in recent decades is the maximisation. This responsibility is being increasingly codified in law and various governmental orders. Its influence is becoming increasingly pervasive through a constant series of federal court decisions as well as steady enlargement in the size and scope of administering agencies.
Despite the pressure from the competitors, Nostovia’s new airport will undertake effective supply management as the cutting edge. A higher number of satisfied customers and efficient services will maximise the profitability of Nostovia by attracting a large number of foreign tourists.
It is argued that the supply chain standards are not fixed at a uniform level or universal conditions cannot be established. Several factors should be taken into consideration while implementing a supply chain implementation or improvement plan. Factors contributing to the effective development of supply chain management are many and varied, which include:
The main source of competitive advantage in the services industry is an efficient service for the customers. Supply chain plays an important role in the efficient service provision to the customers. “The goal of a supply chain should be to maximise overall supply chain profitability. Supply chain profitability is the difference between the revenue generated from the customer and the total cost incurred across all stages of the supply chain. Supply chain decisions have a large impact on the success or failure of each firm because they significantly influence both the revenue generated as well as the cost incurred. Successful supply chains manage flows of product, information, and funds to provide a high level of product availability to the customer while keeping costs low.” (Chopra & Meindl, 2004. 44) .