Version 4 of Materials Management Operations Guideline/Logistics
Evaluation (MMOG/LE) released this week
The MMOG/LE tool enables organizations in the global automotive supply chain to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of its supply chain capability and performance. Members of the MMOG/LE Global Workgroup include the
“The new standards will start to be required by OEMs as early as
“MMOG/LE Version 4 is one of the most advanced prescriptive protocols for the supply chain that can be used by manufacturers and provides a roadmap for improved efficiency in the global automotive supply chain,” said
“It has been an honor to contribute to defining the evolving content of MMOG/LE to improve the performance of all tiers within the global automotive supply chain,” said
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