An Overview of Medical Device Supply Chain and Trends in Europe

 

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This study “An Overview of Medical Device Supply Chain Trends in Europe” outlines the general overview of medical device supply chain in Europe, vulnerabilities in the process, benefits and demand in the medical device supply chain industry.
The study also discusses effective role of each resource in the supply chain management - suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and customers.

Main focus of the study:
Supplier diversity in Europe, Mergers and Acquisition in 2009, manufacturing complexities, professional networking sites for manufacturers, distribution strategies, value drivers to customer equity, outsourcing opportunities and projected supply chain trends for the European health care sector.

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An Overview of Medical Device Supply Chain and Trends in Europe, Medical Device Supply Chain Trends in EuropeEuropean Medical Device Supply Chain ManagementOverview of Supply Chain ManagementMedical Device Supply Chain in EuropeRole of Raw Material Providers (Suppliers) in Supply Chain ManagementRole of Manufacturers in Supply Chain ManagementRole of Distributors/Retailers in Supply Chain ManagementCustomer Value Dimensions in Supply ChainHigh Impact Trends in the European Supply Chain ManagementAppendixAbout Frost & Sullivan




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