Supply sequence management is the technology of adding the physical production environment with strategies to ensure satisfactory, consistent and timely supply of raw materials, completed goods and services to satisfy the needs of customers. Supply chain systems are built surrounding the decisions of producers and distributors of goods. A source system is described as a sequence of operations that ensures that items are offered from the point of beginning to the stage of use. It provides all the levels of the supply process — from finding, production, transportation and storage space.

There are four stages of the source chain: sourcing, manufacturing, transportation and storage. In source chain, products are obtained from suppliers and converted into finished products. When sourcing, it is the first level of the supply process in which suppliers accumulate all the important information about the buyers and the suppliers they want to talk with. After finding, manufacturers create and transfer the goods, even though distributors store the goods and deliver them to the conclusion users.

Every stage in the supply sequence has its own certain functions and roles. The processing stage is an essential part of the system where suppliers make and produce items to be furnished to marketers. Good companies will be those who take care of the quality criteria of the goods they develop. On the other hand, marketers are individuals who will take delivery of the products to the end users. And lastly, safe-keeping and the distribution are the keeping parts of the provision system where manufacturers and distributors to maintain the goods with regards to end-users and make sure they are be well protected once they will be received.

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