Fashion products face a high level of demand uncertainty because of the fast-changing consumer tastes and other unpredictable market volatilities. To match supply and demand, an efficient supply chain system is highly needed in the fashion industry. This is particularly true in Asia. Asia is the major apparel and textile manufacturing place with the diversified market in which the mature market includes Korea and Japan, and the emerging market includes China, India, Vietnam, Burma, and Nepal. Efficiency enhancement models for accommodating the fast-changing consumer demand are popularly launched and exercised in the fashion industry. An effective supply chain system is critical for long-term success and business sustainability of the supply chain members. The valuable concepts of cases of fashion supply chain management techniques in Asia are meaningful to summarize and learn.
Fashion Supply Chain Management in Asia: Concepts, Models, and Cases focuses on reporting both quantitative research and exploratory studies on supply chain management in Asia. This book helps both academicians and practitioners better understand the latest development and models in Asia’s fashion supply chain management. It is a pioneering text which focuses on Asia and reports many important research results in fashion supply chain management.