Converting comparative resources to competitive advantages

Globalization, especially the increase in trade flows has indeed changed the world of business irreversibly. Manufacturing, more than any other economic activity, is flowing rapidly to the lowest level of “cost”. This cost is understood largely as “cost of means” or “comparative resource”. Availability of a very competitive manufacturing ecosystem (includes labour, infrastructure and ease Continue Reading...
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Six sigma & the slum dweller

Debates regarding the likelihood that India will be the next manufacturing hub of the world are common place today. The rising costs in China, the uncertain tagged value of Yuan to U.S. dollar and the impending need to “de risk from all the eggs in China basket” are fuelling the argument in India’s favour. India Continue Reading...
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Long shelf life milk market in India

(A periscopic commentary on the evolution of UHT milk in India) Kuldeep Sharma, Principal Mentor, Suruchi Consultants My tryst with UHT   Dairy liberalization in India is around 18 months younger than our organization. The journey which began in 1990 has seen the growth of the Indian dairy industry from the liquid milk market perspective. Continue Reading...
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