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Profitable Proximity: “The World is Flat”

1. Using the newest profitable proximity guidelines, design a network that makes the most sense for your organization.
2. Consider costs of sourcing, distribution, transportation, and warehousing to come up with the best total costs.
3. Factor in the risks associated with network as part of the cost, such as delayed lead times. Business planning counts as a cost!

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