To help organizations identify areas within the U.S. that have high potential for participating in supply chains in 2000 and 2001, Computer Economics ranked each of the states relative to each other in terms of their potential supply chain volume. We concluded that California has the largest potential dollar amount flowing through supply chain systems. The state. s relative rank of 100.0 should indicate to supply chain operators looking to promote their systems that California has a high supply chain density and has many organizations to participate in new supply chains.
2000-2001 Potential of U.S. States to Participate in Supply Chain Systems (Oct 2000)
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