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Apple Inc.pptx

  1. 1. Supply Chain Management Apple inc. Submitted to: Miss Sana Irfan Submitted by: Ayza Tariq Falak Rashid Mishal Fatima Saiqa Amin
  2. 2. Introduction Apple Inc. was founded by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in 1976.Apple Computer, Inc., is an American multinational corporation with a focus undesigning and manufacturing consumer electronics and closely related undesigning of September 2007, the company operates 194 retail stores in the United States, and more in the United Kingdom, Japan, Canada, and Italy For a variety of reasons, ranging from its philosophy of comprehensive aesthetic design to their advertising campaigns, Apple has engendered a distinct reputation in the consumer electronics industry and has cultivated a customer base that is unusually devoted to the company and its brand
  3. 3. Supply chain management process of Apple
  4. 4. Supply management process of apple Sourcing Manufacturing Warehousing Distribution Return
  5. 5.  Designed all products in USA.  Easily supply Apple products to all corners of  the globe.  Fastest mode of transportation from the  factories in China is by air.  Boats can sink or be hijacked.  Planes can be more secure.  FedEx can ship from China to Tennessee  without refueling Apple transportation objectives
  6. 6. Factories & Warehouses: Foxconn is the main manufacturing factory. Distribution around the world, including Australia, China, the Czech Republic, Japan, Singapore, UK and US. Most other factories are through supply partners such as sharp in Japan, TSMC in Taiwan, Novattek in the US, and Flextronics in Brazil. Also have number of warehouses around the world.
  7. 7. Inventory Management  Apple’s days to inventory was 5 days. This means that it would take 5 days to sell their entire inventory.  Apple stock for the quarter finishing March 31, 2022 was $5.460B, a 4.62% increment year-over-year.  Apple stock for 2021 was $6.58B, a 62.03% increment from 2020.  Apple stock for 2020 was $4.061B, a 1.1% downfall from 2019.  Apple stock for 2019 was $4.106B, a 3.79% increment from 2018
  8. 8. Demand Forecasting There items range from iPhone, iPod, iWatch, iPad, operating system, frill and so on. Apple figures the requests to decide the item quality it will fabricate. The production network model, stock control and programming frameworks make them one of the forerunners in production network market. The organization is the third biggest cell phone producer on the planet after Samsung and Nokia. The organization has an expected worth of $626 billion recorded in the New York Stock Trade. This implies that market capitalization of the organization is bigger than that of its rivals, Google and Microsoft set up.
  9. 9. Purchasing raw material and components Apple’s global supply chain 1. US : All semiconductor components with the exception of baseband chips (supplied by Infineon in Germany) and memory (supplied by Samsung in Korea) 2. Korea: Flash memory storage and a portion of LCD panels 3. Taiwan: Touch screens, casings and passive components 4. Japan: Critical materials and core technologies 5. China: Low added value acoustic components and battery modules
  10. 10. Sourcing in China Why Apple is manufacturing products in China? China can meet Apple’s demand for its products The cost of producing Apple products in China is low Apple can target Asian/Gulf markets easily while operating from China The Massive Human Resource that China has China is also the biggest Apple Products market 46% of Apple’s suppliers are Chinese Almost every Apple product’s part is manufactured by Chinese companies
  11. 11. Issues in apple supply chain management 1. Delay in production, distribution 2. Lack of coordination 3. Low wages 4. Unreasonable additional time hours 5. Social contrasts among China and the U.S 6. The enormous size of the organization and number of assembling representatives inside the supply chain makes it more trying for Apple to screen common liberties infringement completely enough.
  12. 12. Apple supply chain challenges The worldwide economy could influence the Company. Some re-dealers may likewise disperse items from contending producers. Inventories can surpass expected request. A few parts are presently gotten from single or restricted sources. Capacity to acquire parts in adequate amounts is significant. Store network disturbance, The organization likewise depends on its accomplices to stick to the provider overarching set of principles.
  13. 13. Conclusion The results from the analysis of Apple’s processes, challenging issues an complexities indicated that the success of its supply chain operations depends on how well they manage the supplier relationship. This includes early supplier involvement in new product development, close communication and supplier performance evaluation. Apple Inc is also known as “King of Outsourcing”.
  14. 14. THANK YOU

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