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Value Chain vs. Supply Chain

Fats and Oils
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Nov 01, 2021

Value Chain vs. Supply Chain: What's the Difference? 

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Raymond Y.
Nov 01, 2021

The term value chain refers to the process in which businesses receive raw materials, add value to them through production, manufacturing, and other processes to create a finished product, and then sell the finished product to consumers. A supply chain represents the steps it takes to get the product or service to the customer, often dealing with OEM and aftermarket parts.
While a supply chain involves all parties in fulfilling a customer request and leading to customer satisfaction, a value chain is a set of interrelated activities a company uses to create a competitive advantage.

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