Supply chain is the network of entities that either directly or indirectly serves the same consumer or customer. The supply chain includes the vendors that supply raw materials, the producers who convert the materials into products, the warehouses that store the products, the distribution centers that deliver the products to the retailers, and the retailers who sell the product to the final user, the consumer.
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