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I've just removed the following text from the bottom of the page (below the footer templates), which was out of place and didn't fit with the rest of the article:
Different part of Supply Chain Management 1. Engineering : Have many part of supply chain in Engineering sector, Such as Factory, Mill, Power plant, Fuel field, Shipyard, IT farm & Medical sector. 2. Non Engineering: This is the part of Non Engineering Farm, Bank, School, College, University, Research foundation, Social organisation. 3. General : This is the general part of SCM. which sector miscellaneous department of Supply chain field.
Comparison of supply chain certification programmesEdit
I have added Template:Split to Supply chain management § Topics addressed by selected professional supply chain certification programmes, proposing that this section be split into a new article titled Comparison of supply chain certification programmes, because the table seems too large and specific for this summary article (see also User:Mark viking's reservations about this table mentioned above). I also suggest:
- the background of each cell of the table should be colored (a different color for "high" and "low") to make the table easier to scan visually,
- the titles of each row should be sentence case where appropriate per MOS:CAPS, not capitalized as they are currently, and
- the titles of each row should be wiki-linked to any appropriate articles.
Certifications can be created as a new pageEdit
I request the certifications as suggested be created as a separate page.