Due to the warming at the automotive market in the last years and consequently the growth of vehicle production has been moved and placed emphasis on the segment. In recent years, some have known, for example, as the earthquake that struck Japan in 2011 was able to disrupt the suppliers of the country. Due to these events, supply chain risk management has become essential to the supply chain operations success. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the supplier’s systematic selection at the automotive industry compared with the identified models in the literature.
A case study applied at the automotive to propose a method for selecting suppliers considering the risk management.
These results indicate that the organization has established criteria for suppliers selection, this systematic aims to identify the potential risks in the supply chain before the supplier award the project but it’s also the current practice can be improved using as reference the comparative method as applied in this study.
The risk management, a few discussed topic but on the rise among researches, show that the companies, especially those inserted in the automotive segment has been used different techniques for selecting suppliers to focus in a better supply chain control. Establish criteria for selecting suppliers means identifying in advanced the potential risks that the suppliers may offer to the organization during the supply to avoid any interruptions to supply.
The authors would like to express thanks to Capes by their financial support during this study performance. This initiative contributes to the academic studies and promotes more incentive to new researches.
Cagnin, F., Oliveira, M., Simon, A., Helleno, A. and Vendramini, M. (2016), "Proposal of a method for selecting suppliers considering risk management: An application at the automotive industry", International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, Vol. 33 No. 4, pp. 488-498. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJQRM-11-2014-0172Download as .RIS
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