One way some supply chain operators identify industries within the U.S. that may by likely to participate in supply chains in 2000 and 2001 is to determine which industries have the largest number of companies in them. However, before recruiting all of the most densely populated industries into supply chains it is important for supply chain promoters to also examine the amount of revenue that is likely to flow through supply chains in the given industry. A large number of companies in an industry may mean it is a good target for supply chain participation, but supply chain promoters should not stop there.
2000-2001 Industry Rankings by Number of Companies in the Sector (Oct 2000)
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