Japanese Supply Chains in Europe. Management and Development

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This book is an attempt at broadening the knowledge on the operation of Japanese enterprises in
Europe from the point of view of a harmonious cooperation with the surrounding environment and a
possibility to transfer Japanese supply chain management methods to countries at different stages of
social and economic development. Therefore, Great Britain was selected for comparative study, which
used to be the original direction of foreign expansion of Japanese corporations in Europe, and Poland,
where Japanese companies started to operate a few years after the transformation of political system
in the second half of the 90s in the last century. The authors understand Japanese supply chains as
companies cooperating in different areas of operation of a company, among which the role of the
leader and the central coordinator of the information, goods and financial means is fulfilled by entities
with a predominance of Japanese capital. Additionally, in the entity structure of those supply chains
prevail Japanese suppliers of goods and services.


Liczba stron272
WydawcaPWE
ISBN-13978-83-208-2319-6
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjiangielski
Informacja o sprzedawcyePWN sp. z o.o.

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  Introduction     6
  
  Chapter I. Japanese supply chain management in the globalised world     9
  1.1. A supply chain in terms of process and structural approach     9
  1.2. The determinants of supply chain development     11
  1.3. The directions for the evolution of international supply chains     14
  
  Chapter II. Coopetition in Japanese supply chains     25
  2.1. Fundamental decisions and the improvement of processes in the management of international
  supply chains     25
  2.2. Collaboration and competition of Japanese companies within Keiretsu structures and other economic
  organizations     29
  2.3. Japanese foreign investments in Europe     38
  2.4. External conditions of development and functioning of Japanese supply chains in Europe     53
  2.4.1. Economic stagnation vs. changes in management and location of Japanese enterprises     53
  2.4.2. Cultural conditions in the management of Japanese supply chains in Japan and Great Britain     66
  2.4.3 Comparative analysis of the social capital in the researched countries     77
  2.4.4. The infrastructural conditions of supply chain management in Poland, Great Britain and Japan     91
  2.4.5. The cooperation of Japanese investors with local governments in Poland     115
  
  Chapter III. Functioning and development of Japanese supply chains in Europe - a case studies     124
  3.1. European supply chain structural and organizational framework of selected groups Keirestsu     124
  3.1.1. Japanese supply chains in the automotive sector     124
  3.1.2. Good practices in Japanese automotive supply chains in Europe - the case of Bridgestone Europe     128
  3.1.3. Development and disinvestments in Japanese supply chains in the customer electric industry     129
  3.2. The share of logistics company in shaping and functioning of Japanese supply chains     133
  3.2.1. Toyota Tsusho Corporation     133
  3.2.2. Mazda Logistics Europe     139
  
  Chapter IV. Improving structures and processes in supply chains. The results of studies concerning
  Japanese companies of the automotive sector in Poland     148
  4.1. Research description     148
  4.2. Processes in Japanese supply chains - research results     148
  4.2.1. Research and development     148
  4.2.2. Customer logistics service     152
  4.2.3. Transport and storage     155
  4.2.4. Purchases and inventory management     163
  4.2.5. Just–in-Time in production logistics     173
  4.2.6. Ecologistics     182
  4.3. Concepts, resources and technologies of improvement in Japanese supply chains     185
  4.3.1. Social responsibility in Japanese supply chains     185
  4.3.2. Project teams in improving Japanese supply chains     194
  4.3.3. Kaizen as a concept of improving processes     204
  4.3.4. Information and communication technology tools in Japanese supply chains     213
  
  Chapter V. Barriers and stimulants of Japanese supply chains in Europe     220
  5.1. The future of Japanese FDI in Europe and the scenarios of supply chains development     220
  5.2. The conditions of diffusion of Japanese practices regarding supply chain management in Europe     234
  Conclusion     245
  Bibliography     247
  List of Figures     267
  List of Tables     269
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