Description Supply Chain Analysts (SCAs) help improve the sourcing, manufacturing, and transportation processes in a company. They typically work for companies that engage in the manufacturing, buying, selling, and/or shipping of goods. SCAs are responsible for a number of tasks that ensure distributors and customers receive their orders accurately and on time. Generally, SCAs either work as internal analysts or consultants whose [...]
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