THE VISUALISATION OF THE EXTENDED VALUE CHAIN’S KEY DYNAMICS AND DIAGNOSTICS OF RELATIONSHIPS ARE THE FIRST TWO STEPS TO UNLOCK POTENTIAL VALUE FOR SUPPLY CHAIN SUSTAINABILITY.
We focus on establishing the fact base using our unique approach and toolsets.
A COMPLETE VIEW OF THE EXTENDED VALUE CHAIN INCLUDES ALL THE KEY INPUTS AND RELEVANT MARKETS IMPACTING THE END-TO-END SUPPLY CHAIN IN FOCUS.
MAPPING THE EXTENDED VALUE CHAIN
MAPPING THE PRODUCT HIERARCHY AND KEY RELATIONSHIPS
EXPANDING THE BILL OF MATERIALS AND INGREDIENTS
BUILDING A COST BASELINE
- MAPPING THE EXTENDED VALUE CHAIN
- MAPPING THE PRODUCT HIERARCHY AND KEY RELATIONSHIPS
- EXPANDING THE BILL OF MATERIALS AND INGREDIENTS
- BUILDING A COST BASELINE
High-level Illustration of a Typical Visualisation Diagram
The Southern African palm oil import value chain is largely controlled by a few major importers. Given the vertically integrated nature of these large importers, the need existed to understand and redesign these value chains. An end-to-end, facts first approach was required to understand the dynamics and cost drivers in the value chain.
Value Chain Solutions has expanded its operating footprint beyond the African continent. Following a visit to Malaysia – where we did in-depth reviews on various value chains, including that of palm oil – we compiled our impression of Malaysia as a country.