||The tariff barriers of the trade war between China and U.S. , forced many enterprises should make corresponding measures quickly, however, as the escalation of the trade war ,the enterprises main and major manufacture bases in china cannnot but transfer their base to cooperate with customers in order to reduce the impact on revenue , therefore enterprises should adjust their supply china in time. Take notebook ODM as example, the current manufacture bases and supply chains are all in china , if the manufacture bases transfer to other countries in the future, will face the the problems such as how supply chains to supply and manage, and the biggest challenge is how to face this problems. Owing to the current references are not yet to analyze and discuss for this topic, the enterprises take no basis as reference.|
In order to solve the above problems, this research explores relevant strategic considerations and manufacture bases loaction through the C company′s manufacture bases location transfer and supply chain arrange process.And based on relevant strategic considerations and manufacture bases loaction, this research will disucss and explore how supply chain respond and layout as referece while the enterprises facing the manufacture bases need to transfer.
Overall, this research proposes the layout of supply chain relevant points about the current situation change and the pros and cons of manufature bases to provivde a better supply chain layout model to maximize the productiviey benefits .When enterprises face the reloaction of producion bases, enterprises can refer to the results of this research to make relevant management strategies.
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