Supply Chain Management is the most important role in any successful organization. There are lots of companies in the world that are trying to get a chance in the Top 25 groups of the supply chain. In the recent year, May 2020. Gartner Inc. has announced the ranking of its annual supply chain top 25 to identify who are the supply chain leaders in the world.

The top supply chain ranking divided into two main groups.

1) Business Performance

2) Opinion

Business Performance in the form of public financial & ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) data gives an overview of how companies have performed in the past. The opinion component shows future potential & reflects leadership in the supply chain community. These two components are combined into total composite score & based on that ranking are determined.

Gartner Inc. is the world-leading advisory & research company and member of s & p 500. They equip top companies who have excellent skills in their field, advice tools to achieve their mission today, and build a successful organization tomorrow. Gartner analyst derives a master list of companies from combinations of Forbes global & Fortune global 2000 & candidate companies must have annual revenue more than $12billion.

In COVID- 19 pandemic, Gartner ranking highlights companies that possess great strategy and other different capabilities.

In 2020 ranking, Cisco system catches the first position in Supply Chain Top 25 in an annual ranking of the supply chain management, jumping five spots from its position in 2019 followed by Colgate Palmolive, Johnson &Johnson. There are new six companies that have joined this year are Lenovo, Abbvie, British American Tobacco, Reckitt Benckiser, Biogen & Kimberly Clark.

  1. Cisco System = 6.25
  2. Colgate Palmolive = 5.37
  3. Johnson &Johnson = 4.65
  4. Schneider Electric = 4.48
  5. Nestle = 4.44
  6. Pepsico = 4.42
  7. Alibaba = 4.39
  8. Intel = 4.12
  9. Inditex = 4.11
  10. L’Oreal = 4.01
  11. Walmart = 4.00
  12. HP Inc. = 3.87
  13. Coco-Cola Company = 3.74
  14. Diageo = 3.49
  15. Lenovo = 3.44
  16. Nike = 3.35
  17. Abbvie = 3.20
  18. BMW = 3.17
  19. Starbucks = 2.99
  20. H & M = 2.95
  21. British American Tobacco = 2.90
  22. 3M Company = 2.90
  23. Reckitt Benckis = 2.79
  24. Biogen = 2.78
  25. Kimberly Clark = 2.76

( Note: The above number shows a composite score on which they are ranked.)

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